Zero Waste Japanese Apron WorkshopRegular price $90.00
The Japanese apron, or 'Maekake' is a traditional work garment that would have been originally cut from old sails for fishermen to wear while processing their catches.
Japanese aprons are designed to cover the front of the body and have a loose-fitting style with wide, cross over straps at the back.
This workshop takes you through the process of creating your own japanese style apron using a pattern block and a variety of seams and finishing’s.
It is an ideal workshop to upcycle fabrics, get your old jeans, curtains, heavyish fabrics and bring them along to repurpose.
What you will learn:
How to create your pattern from a block designed by Mukta Undone
Mixing fabrics and print
Different sewing techniques & seam finishes
What you will need:
A sewing machine – if you need to use one of our s please let us know when you book
A basic sewing kit – scissors, pins tape measure etc – we do have a supply of these if you need to use ours.
To upcycle your apron bring a hole collection of heavish weigth fabrics, old curtains, jeans etc or alternatively you can buy fabric, a mid to heavy weight fabric.
What we will supply:
We will bring a whole host of fabrics you can use to create your apron.
Fair bit of fabric handling and sewing experience required but not essential if you're up for a challenge. You do need to know how to use sewing machine.
Abbi from Mukta Undone