In less than two weeks I’ll be back in good ol’ San Francisco to teach a workshop at Britex. I’m pretty giddy with excitement as I always find the amazing fabrics at Britex inspirational and I’m thrilled that I can be a source of inspiration for others while there!
The workshop is about upping your sewing game. I’ll explain and show an arsenal of sewing techniques that are easily understood and completed but help elevate any garment from good to great. Learn the where, why, and how for techniques like understitching, underlining, pattern matching, and much more. This workshop is great for beginning sewists just learning techniques or intermediate sewists who want to brush up and learn new applications for what they already know. I’ll have sample garments and step-by-step muslin samples to pass around so you can see how the techniques are done and what a difference they make.
The workshop is at Britex Fabrics, Union Square, San Francisco. 10:30am-12:30pm. Saturday 7/25/15.
I’m still putting together the whole list of what I’ll show during the workshop, so I have a question for you, my dear readers.
For beginning sewists: What are you struggling with or what do you have a hard time wrapping your head around but really want to be able to do well?
For experienced sewists: what techniques, that when you mastered them, you said to yourself “dizzang, this sewing looks nice!”?