DRESS MAKING WORKSHOPS
“I am so pleased I came across the package you offered. I felt I received all the advice and the benefit of your experience over the three-morning workshops. I liked the way you presented the workshop, and provided the materials, and I enjoyed being part of a small class so to speak. Your personal attention was welcomed and I felt at ease if I have questions to be answered. The teaching room itself is well set up with plenty of room for each individual to occupy and spread out. From my experience so far, I would consider attending other workshops for sewing, and indeed workshops for other projects.
I will not hesitate to recommend the Make and Do Studio.”
Our series of dressmaking workshops – whether it is our entry level Dressmaking Isn’t Rocket Science, our Five Star A-Line Skirt or the upcoming Who Wears the Trousers? – are all delivered in the same tried and true method that has successfully unlocked the magic of making clothes for hundreds of students. What is it that makes our workshops so successful?
We make sure you get all the knowledge, tips and tricks that real sewers would want to use. We also provide you with top-notch support materials to refer to when you feel you need an extra bit of guidance. And we have a Pandora’s Box of sewing tools on hand for you to try so that you have absolutely everything you need. But the most important thing that each workshop will give you isn’t just a tip, a trick or a tool. It is 100% confidence that you have the skills needed to go on to make your own beautiful, one-of-kind clothes.
27sep7:00 am- 10:00 pmDressmaking Isn't Rocket Science: a beginner dressmaking workshopTHIS IS A FOUR PART WORKSHOP WITH ADDITIONAL WORKSHOPS ON THE 4th, 11th and 18th of October at the same time.7:00 am - 10:00 pm
31oct9:30 am- 1:00 pmDressmaking Isn't Rocket Science: a beginner dressmaking workshopTHIS IS A FOUR PART WORKSHOP WITH ADDITIONAL WORKSHOPS ON THE 7th, 14th and 21st of November at the same time.9:30 am - 1:00 pm
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