**This listing is for a ticket to an in-person class. Please review our updated Workshop FAQ before purchasing your ticket! You are agreeing to our workshop policies upon purchasing a ticket.
SEW A ZIPPER POUCH WORKSHOP
*You will need to bring your own sewing machine for this workshop. Attendees should have basic machine-sewing skills and be comfortable with machine set-up including threading the machine, winding the bobbin, and changing the presser foot.
If you've taken our Intro to Sewing workshop, this is a great next project that builds on the basics learned there! We recommend completing our Intro to Sewing or equivalent intro sewing class before taking this class.
Class Date: Sunday, October 29th
Class Time: 11am–2pm
Are you looking to expand your sewing skills by working with zippers and new sewing projects?
In this class you'll create a lined zipper pouch, perfect for holding pens, pencils, and other small objects. You'll leave with bag construction basics and info for making pouches in different shapes and sizes!
You'll learn how to cut and sew using a pattern, pin and sew seams including box corners as well as insert a zipper.
*Please note: This is a beginning/intermediate workshop, but isn't a learn how to sew workshop.
Each workshop ticket includes:
3 hours of hands on instruction from a talented artist and small business owner
You will need your own machine in good working order with the power cord, pedal, and accessories including bobbins, needles, presser feet, etc. Please also bring or download the owner's manual to have on hand if needed.
Assorted fabrics (you are also welcome to bring your own!)
Use of class scissors
Pair of mini scissors (to use and keep!)
Snack bento box + treats
Beverages (sparkling water and an optional adult beverage)
10% off all retail purchase the day of the workshop
MEET YOUR INSTRUCTORS: ASHLEY DELOSE
Ashley is the designer and creator of Ashdel, modern textile jewelry from repurposed vintage sewing notions (fabric trims, threads, and fasteners) and glass beads. Vintage and upcycled materials are at the heart of her design process and inspire limited collections. Her work is experimental yet grounded in traditional techniques like quilting, collage, Japanese braiding (kumihimo), beading, and embroidery. After graduating from the University of Florida with a degree in Visual Art and Theater Production (Costume Design), she began experimenting with textiles, now the foundation of her work.
Disclaimer + Recommendation:
Cancellations: We do not allow cancellations as we have committed to compensating our instructor for their time, supplies and talent. However, if you are unable to attend the workshop, let us know within 48 hours and you can either send someone else in your place or have this workshop's materials ready for you to pick up the following week.
Please review our updated Workshop FAQ before purchasing your ticket!
Dietary restrictions: We will be providing a light meal for all of our workshop attendees. At this time we are not able to cater to every dietary restriction but will have a vegetarian option available. (Please make a selection at check out, once your selection has been made we are unable to modify.)
Age requirements: The Paper + Craft Pantry workshops are created for adults and are not recommended for anyone under the age of 18 years old. We are unable to seat anyone under age without a ticketed parent or legal guardian who is also attending this class.