Everything Sewing: 1-2-1 Tuition (Online - 45 minutes)
The Fashion Box are pleased to announce our brand new range of live sewing classes!
We understand that a lot of people have purchased sewing machines during the lockdown period, and we have been unindated with calls and emails, requesting help in assisting them getting to grips with their new (or old) machines!
We have created our first live tutorial on getting to know your sewing machine. This is a 1-2-1 session with Craig (Mr. Fashion Box!)
More advanced dressmakers and tailors may want to discuss sewing techniques, or need advice on more advanced techniques.
During this 45 minute webcam session online via Zoom, you can learn how to set up your machine and get started on your sewing journey. You will recieve the Zoom link two days before the workshop begins. All you need to do is click the link.
At The Fashion Box, we understand each home-sewer will have different brands of machine, rather than learning in a group session and waiting your turn, this is the ideal opportunity to focus on your own with your tutor, on how your machine works, what it will do, and how to avoid any sewing disasters!
During the 45 minute session, privately with your tutor, you can tailor your session to your personal needs, covering areas such as:
- Threading your machine correcly
- How to fix sewing issues
- Sewing kit essentials
- How to sew with your machine
- Different stitches and their uses
- Fixing 'nesting' issues (messy threads underneath your fabric)
- Using the different presser feet for your machine
- Why isn't my machine sewing?!
Should you wish to tailor your session even more, please contact Craig prior to your session (at least 24hrs), on the subjects you would like to focus on, so we can prepare any learning materials that we can share with you during your session.
You can contact Craig via the contacts page of our website, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
All workshop are on UK time (GMT)
- Access to Zoom
- Phone or tablet with camera and microphone
- Sewing machine
- Thread (good quality, either Gutterman or Coats Moon)
- Scrap fabric
- Printer (should you require learning materials)