SATURDAY, MAY 1, 2021
10:00AM-1:00PM PT / 1:00-4:00PM ET
Instructor: Sonya Philip
Learn to sew your own clothes, starting with this simple shirt. It’s just four seams and a hem! Whether you’re just beginning to find your way around a sewing machine or a seasoned stitcher, this uncomplicated garment from 100 Acts of Sewing is just the thing to whip up in next to no time. In the class, students will learn how to cut pattern pieces, finish seams and make bias tape for the neckline. The size inclusive pattern runs from XS to 5X.
While this class is geared towards beginners, experience using a sewing machine is required.
Supply List Available HERE.
$35 per individual Equity Scholarships Available
Beginner / Intermediate
Sonya Philip has always made things. It’s the way things were done in her family. In 2012, she started 100 Acts of Sewing, making dresses while documenting the process. Since then Sonya has made it her mission to convince people to sew their own clothes. When not covered in bits of thread, she can be found knitting or working on a crossword puzzle. Sonya lives in San Francisco with her family and two dogs.