Challenge yourself by creating comfortable garments and accessories in this sewing class. The instructor will guide you through some frequently-requested projects: a stylish tee (or two), a jersey headband and scrunchie, and cozy socks to use up your scraps.
Our course offers a safe, fun environment for teens to explore, learn and grow the passion for fashion and sewing.
This course is designed for young sewists between 12 to 17 years old who want to get immersed in the amazing world of fashion. Teens who register for this course do not need sewing experience.
As always, the safety of the kids, staff and community is our highest priority, all class safety protocols have been restructured to adhere to provincial and Ottawa Public Health guidelines.
NOTE: This is a mixed sewing skills class; Beginners and intermediate/advance. The instructor will give in-class projects according to each participant's sewing skills.
CLASSES: 4 (Once a week) LOCATION: 404 McArthur Avenue , Unit D Max class size : 10 Min number of students to run the class: 5
Prerequisites: Teens between 12 and 17 years old. For all sewing skills.
In this course, you will learn how to make a basic garment.
ECOEQUITABLE WILL PROVIDE:
Sewing equipment while you're in the classroom.
some tools and notions
YOU NEED TO BRING:
A notebook for taking notes
A basic sewing kit (Fabric scissors, measurement tape, pin cushion and pins, seam ripper)
Fabric and notions to work on your projects (the instructor will provide you with a list of materials)
Materials are not included. A list of materials will be provided by your instructor before the first class and/or on the day of your first class.
**Visit our Fabric and Notions boutique (Book an appointment here) where you'll find a wide selection of recycled fabric and notions at a reasonable price**
Students are encouraged to have a domestic sewing machine, iron, and basic sewing kit at home to practice and/or complete their in-class projects.
In order to provide a safe place to all our community and reduce the spread of the virus, we have modified our programs to adhere to the provincial and Ottawa Public Health safety and health guidelines.
EcoEquitable Inc. and its staff commit themselves to comply and exceed the requirements and recommendations of Ottawa Public health and to put in place and adopt all necessary measures to reduce the spread of the virus.
COVID SAFETY AND HEALTH MEASURES REQUIRED TO PARTICIPATE IN ANY CLASS OR ACTIVITY AT ECOEQUITABLE
All participants, teachers and volunteers have to wear a mask whenever physical distancing is not possible.
Wash your hands frequently
Use Hand sanitizer
Clean your work station before and after class
Complete and submit the screening covid questionnaire
Participant's COVID-19 Questionnaire: Please complete and submit the questionnaire here ... or if you prefer please print out this PDF file, fill it out and hand it into your instructor on your first class.