WORKSHOP: Sew a Japanese Apron with Laura, Sunday 14th July

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Japanese apron

WORKSHOP: Sew a Japanese Apron with Laura, Sunday 14th July

45.00

Sunday 14th July 1-4 pm
Come and join Laura for a relaxed afternoon of sewing. This class is part of the events being held at 'A Weekend of vintage, slow living and wellbeing’ run by Court House Farm. In this 3 hour session, you’ll learn to sew in the company of 4-6 others just like you.

This workshop is suitable for sewers of all abilities from absolute beginners to those who might need to refresh their knowledge, but if you have any questions or want to make sure this is the creative session for you, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with the tutor

Materials

The ticket price for this workshop includes use of all tools, machines and materials, so that you can create a stunning Japanese apron to take home with you.

Agenda

Sew a Japanese apron is a relaxed session where we’ll cover:

  • Cutting out the fabric

  • Ironing and pressing your fabric

  • Using a sewing machine

  • Adjusting the pattern to fit you

  • Sewing on pockets

Refreshments

You can enjoy a selection of teas and coffee during the workshop. And there will be cake!

About the Tutor

Laura from Sewing In Bristol has been creating her hand made wardrobe since 2011. She is based in Bristol and is on a mission to get others sewing and helping them create beautiful one off pieces to wear with pride. Outside of running sewing workshops, you’ll find Laura in her studio making wooden pegboard storage for other sewers around the world.

You can find Laura on social media here 

About Court House Farm

The delightful enclave of medieval and Tudor buildings which make up Court House Farm stead have an atmosphere all of their own.

Set within the conservation parish of Saint Peter's, within a short walk of the High Street, they have been lovingly saved from dereliction in the recent past. The originally medieval site is steeped in history, some of it still to be discovered.

The huge barn and courtyard, outbuildings and stables all sit within a four acre site and the beginnings of the 'Garden Hamlet' we hope to create. There's magic in the air..........

Contacting the Tutor

If you have any questions about the workshop or venue, you can contact Laura. She can be contacted by email sewinginbristol@gmail.com.

Cancellations & Refunds

We reserve the right to cancel or postpone this workshop. In cases of unforeseeable circumstances like extreme weather, we will give as much notice as possible. If the event is cancelled or postponed due to low ticket sales, we will give a minimum of 5 days notice. In either case, anyone who has purchased will be offered a full refund or a ticket to a future event.

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