We still have spaces available in our March sewing classes.
Our Intro class covers everything from how to plug in your machine to how to install a zipper and make buttonholes, and a whole lot in between: continuous bias tape, piping, curved seams, linings, all kinds of great skills! If your focus is simple crafts and home dec, this class is the ONLY one you’ll ever need.
Our Intermediate class is geared to help overcome the intimidation often brought about by commercial sewing patterns. We work on pattern selection, the mysteries of choosing the right size pattern for your body, deciphering instructions and pattern symbols, proper cutting and pinning technique, cheats and secrets the instructions don’t tell you to take your garment from homemade to off-the-rack to runway ready. For reals, if you want to sew clothes, this class covers it all and more.
We’ve got workshops running, too, for one- and two-night stints exploring a variety of topics, and we’re ALWAYS adding more–suggestions for workshops you’d like to see are more than welcome in the comments.
Buzz on over to the Beehive website and sign yourself on up. You won’t regret it–and with spring and summer on the way, don’t you really want to get some sewing in?