Make A Pair Of Pyjama Bottoms - Mens & Womens Fit

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Make A Pair Of Pyjama Bottoms - Mens & Womens Fit

Monday 02 March 2020

Session: 1

Price:
£68.00

Time: 2.00pm - 6.00pm

Level: New To Making Clothes




Maximum Class Size: 6


Are you looking for a sewing course that will teach you some essential garment construction techniques, while giving you an introduction to using basic sewing patterns? Then this is the class for you! During this 4 hour workshop you will learn how to use patterns and practise new sewing skills while making a pair of unisex pyjama bottoms. This pattern is a perfect staple and before long everyone will be wanting a pair!


Level: Students for this class must already be able to thread up and use a sewing machine, this class is the perfect follow on from our Introduction to Machine Sewing Parts 1 & 2.


In class you will cover the following techniques:


  • How to troubleshoot sewing machine problems

  • How to read and understand a multi-sized sewing patterns & the instructions

  • How to take accurate body measurements

  • How to select the right pattern size for you

  • How to complete simple alterations

  • How to correctly pin the pattern to your fabric and how to accurately cut it out

  • How to finish seams with a zig zag stitch

  • How to insert elastic and create a simple hem

  • Tools, equipment and refreshments are provided & the pattern is yours to keep but your are required to bring your own fabric.


    Fabric Requirements: All Fabric Widths: 2.4m - 2.6m


    Fabric Recommendations: Washed linen, Brushed Cotton, Flannel, Gingham, Seersucker, Medium weight cottons, Tana lawn, Poplin, Khadi cotton, Washed silk or Rayon.


    Taking a class at Ray Stitch entitles you to 10% off everything in the shop, and we are always happy to help you decide which fabric to buy!

    ABOUT YOUR TEACHER

    Jess R has been sewing for several decades having taught herself on an old hand-turned Singer machine, she learned how to make clothes by taking apart old garments, making patterns from them and re making them. Jess has more recently done formal training in men's tailoring at CityLit and in producing digital drafts of her hand drawn patterns at London College of Fashion. Her current sewing passions range from made-to-measure men's shirts to baby clothes and quilts and she's also designing a range of sewing patterns. Jess loves to pass on her sewing and pattern making knowledge to others by teaching our fledging students.


    Testimonials:


    "Fantastic teacher, and [the shop staff] were always so helpful with advice about fabric and haberdashery accessories. The shop is a lovely environment. The course was great, all of us said how disappointed we were that we couldn't continue forever (or at least another week)!" Sacha


    "I really enjoyed this course, it was great. It was everything I hoped it would be. I will definitely be signing up for another course." Helen