Sew Your Own Scrap-busting Floor Pouf!
Date: Tuesday, May 12th, 2020
Location: Blackbird Fabrics Studio, 1236 Frances Street, Vancouver BC.
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About the Class
Here is the sewing question that no home-sewer wants to answer: what do you do with all of your dreaded fabric scraps? Recycle your scrap fabric pieces into a wonderful and functional piece of home furniture! Choose from a selection of Blackbird Fabric off-cuts and scrap pieces or bring woven fabric remnants from your home collection to create a wonderful and decorative floor pouf. This fabulous DIY recycling project is part of Closet Case Patterns Scrap Busting series, and this functional piece of furniture fits in perfectly to every home decor and style. Sewing a fabric pouf is a super fun and rewarding experience and filling it will your old fabric scraps will give you a clever hiding spot for all of your future scrap materials - it's truly a win/win! In this class, we will go over everything you need to know to make a Closet Case Patterns Scrap Pouf, including:
- How to get the most out of your fabric waste.
- Working with zippers.
- Finishing edges with piping.
Class fee includes:
- 4 hours of class time.
- A selection of woven fabrics from our collection and a printed paper pattern. Links to the PDF pattern can be found through the Closet Case Patterns newsletter.
- The use of our class sewing machines and tools - there is no need for you to bring anything!
- Snacks and refreshments throughout the class.
- A 15% discount coupon to use for a future purchase.
This pattern is designed for beginners. For this class, you must be comfortable threading and operating a domestic sewing machine.
About The Instructor:
Joy started sewing at age 7 when she decided she needed new shorts to wear to gym class. Twenty years later, she decided to turn her hobby into her career! She has sewed products for several small businesses, sewed costumes for professional theatre, worked in a fabric shop, managed a manufacturing team, taught sewing classes and private lessons, and continues to work in the apparel industry in Vancouver. Joy believes that anyone can learn to sew and she hopes that everyone will enjoy it as much as she does!
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