Pick Your Project- Build your Course

Sign up for one class or as many as you need!

About this experience

TLDR: Sign up for whatever dates you want to attend, and bring whatever project you want!


Beginner plus! Now even more flexible, due to popular demand! Do you want one night of support? Or maybe you want to commit to alternate weeks or once a month for a few hours to keep your learning going for a longer time? Maybe you have a complex goal that requires 6 weeks of sewing! This class has been reorganized to make it as adaptable as possible- it slows the registration process slightly but hopefully is worth it to make the class work for you.


You can sign up for each day you want to attend separately (the easiest way it to select your day, book it, and when it brings you to the cart, click on the event again so it brings you back to the dates to choose from- it's not ideal but it's the best way we can suggest with the technology we have available!)


 Pick Your Project classes are for a wide ranges of sewing skills, goals and projects. Maybe it’s your first time sewing from a pattern so you’ll choose a relatively simple garment and focus on learning to read patterns, construction and seam finishing; or maybe you’ve been sewing for years but want to work on getting a cleaner finish, a better fit, or adding tailored details to your projects. Some people bring a handful of projects to work on, geting help with each one where they need it. 


 Please ensure you arrive to your first class with your project selected and your fabric prewashed to avoid any delays in your sewing adventure! 


Beginners who prefer a little more structure and would like to be with other newbies may enjoy our Intro to Sewing Garments before the PYP class, though you are welcome to sign up for whichever you prefer. 


Please note that students who've selected a more complex project (for instance a button up shirt, or structured trousers- anything with lots of pieces or steps!), will have to budget time to work on their project between classes; perhaps arriving with pattern and fabric cut out, interfaced and ready to work on. Simpler steps can be saved for at home so that you can get the most out of the class.