All of our workshops are currently on hold.
We will be starting again as soon as we are allowed and feel is it safe to do so.
If you would like to be the first to know when a new date for this workshop is available please email us with the workshop name and your details.
This workshop aims to help you get to know your sewing machine. It introduces the fundamental parts of your machine and its standard settings plus tips on basic maintenance and needle types.
This workshop aims to
Introduce parts of your machine
Show how to thread the machine and bobbin
Sew straight stitch and zig zag stitch/Look at thread tension and problem
Look at machine accessories, ie feet, needles, cleaning equipment and oil
What you will need
A sewing machine – We have a limited number of machines you can borrow if you do not have your own.
Your machine’s instruction booklet, where available.
Beginners and refreshers
Any other question please either email us email@example.com or call o1752 600130
Please note this workshop will held at our new pop up workshop space at Ocean Studios in Royal William Yard. Take a look at our about us page for more info. We will email you details of best places to park and where to go with your confirmation email once you are booked on.
We need a minimum of 5 people for this workshop go ahead, if this number isn’t achieved by one week before we will be contacting you with an alterative date, if you are unable to re-schedule we offer a full refund. Why not see if a friend wants to join you and get 10% off both your workshops when booked together.
“I could use my sewing machine at a very basic level but hadn’t ever really learnt how to use it properly. I learnt about cleaning it, how often to change a needle… how it actually works! I feel a lot more confident to take on some more adventurous projects now that I have realised how easy it is to do things like darts and gathering! Although there were people of varying abilities the course tutor was really good at splitting out her time to help each of us – even though we all had completely different sewing machines!” Laura November 2015