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Topic: Fashion Design - Patternmaking - Sewing at The Urban Sewing Lounge Seattle 2011  (Read 961 times)
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« on: January 01, 2012 11:48:14 AM »


Wednesday evenings 6-8:30 pm
Simone & Sylvia Atelier
1516 Western Avenue
Seattle Washington
Downtown At Pike Place Market

Just learning to sew or want to learn? Are you interested in learning to design and draft patterns? Stymied by a technique? Have a project you want to start, just need some encouragement to finish a project or wanting some creative company?

The Urban Sewing Lounge is the place for you!

Unlike most other sewing classes or groups, you choose your projects and we are there to help you from start to finish.

At every session we offer instruction and assist all of the following: patternmaking & design, fitting & alterations, layout & cutting, machine and handsewing and every technique (to name just a fewpressing, zippers, pockets, linings, embroidery) and more. With an extensive library, vintage and new~ includes patternmaking, sewing guides and books and manuals on topics related.

The Urban Sewing Lounge also offers access to a large collection of Rare patternmaking books from Germany and Japan from 1930s to present. Thousands of designs to choose from that can be made to fit anyone, any size for women, men and children. We have a pattern and fabric swap area, sewing machines,dress forms and plenty of one-on-one help.

There are no charges for instruction or use of any of the materials or equipment.

If you plan to attend please let us know.

Please contact Pennie if you have any questions at moderncouture@yahoo.com
« Last Edit: January 01, 2012 11:50:11 AM by moderncouture - Reason: more info » THIS ROCKS   Logged
« Reply #1 on: February 26, 2012 09:07:37 PM »

Hello! I would like to know how i can join you guys?

I have sent a few emails to the email address listed, but I have not heard back. Wink it is not urgent, but it would be fun to sew with other people. Wink

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