Sewing Reusable Household Items

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DURATION OF THE COURSE: 4 weeks
LOCATION: The Hub Classroom, 404 McArthur Avenue at the strip mall
Max class size : 8
INSTRUCTOR: Sophie Landriault

 

If you are in the path on going green, this is a great opportunity to cut down on expenses by making reusable sewing items for  you and your loved ones.

In this 4-week workshop, you will learn how to make a range of reusable everyday items that will make useful and lovely gifts for all your family.

IN-CLASS PROJECTS

W1 - Un-paper Towel
W2 - Cutlery Roll
W3 - Japanese Knot Bag / Know bag w ring
W4 - Reusable food Bag with drawstring/zipper (eg bread bag, sandwich)

Alternate project

- face scrubber/make-up remover
- reusable wipes/TP

ECOEQUITABLE WILL PROVIDE with sewing equipment including a sewing machine, tools and accessories to work in-class. 
YOU NEED TO BRING: 
  • A notebook for taking notes 
  • Materials to work on your in-class project 
MATERIALS are not Included. A list of materials will be provided by your instructor before the first class and/or on the first class. 

**Visit our Fabric and Notions boutique during office hours,  where you'll find a wide selection of recycled fabric at a reasonably price**

Info
Students will need a domestic sewing machine, iron, and basic sewing kit at home to practice and/or complete their in-class projects.

Prerequisite:  No previous sewing experience needed

Have any more questions please visit our FAQ section.

Refund/Cancellation policy:

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