WhenWednesday, February 13
1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
- D. H. Hill Makerspace at the D. H. Hill, Jr. Library
Have you always wanted to make things with fabric? Does using a sewing machine seem as intimidating as riding a motorcycle? Well, it can be as fun, too!!! With our step-by-step approach, we will teach you the fundamentals that will launch you onto the path to creating successful sewing projects.
Learn the basic parts of a sewing machine, solid sewing skills, and good sewing habits in this introductory class. Beginners as well as individuals with no prior sewing experience are welcome!
**NOTE: This course is not about garment-making. Our focus is on giving you a basic sewing skill set that you can continue to build upon beyond this session.
WORKSHOP PRE-REQUISITESNone. You do not have to attend the D.H. Hill Library Makerspace Orientation before attending. However, you will have to attend an orientation before using the Makerspace outside of the workshop.
Sewing materials and machines will be provided.
Register for this workshop
Krystin Nicole Gollihue