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Topic: Making old coats new! Class at Eliot School, Boston  (Read 697 times)
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« on: October 27, 2009 06:28:37 AM »

Good morning!  We have two spots left for a class at the Eliot School in Jamaica Plain, and I'm hoping someone here will want to sign up so we can fill the class!

You can read all about it here, and below:

http://www.eliotschool.org/node/75

FABULOUS NEW WORKSHOP-TIMELY-FASHIONABLE-FUN

Making Old Coats New: Alteration, Lining, and Embellishment

Revive an old jacket or coat from your closet or a thrift store. Take an old coat to pieces and reconstruct it with new insulation, lining, and styling. Learn some fundamentals of tailoring, alteration, embellishment, and best practices for re-using textiles, and create something unique and fashionable in the process. Bring coat to first class. Pre-requisite: basic sewing skills. Limit 6 students.

Instructor: Jen Paulousky. $140

4 Saturdays, 9:30am12:30pm, Oct. 31Nov. 21

At the Eliot School, 24 Eliot St., Jamaica Plain. Register now at www.eliotschool.org.

Thanks and happy crafting!
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