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Sewing Handwoven Fabric with Peggy, Part 1



This is a hands-on class where you can prepare your handwoven fabric for cutting and sewing. You will be making a designer pillow cover from your handwovens as you learn techniques for handling an easily-frayed fabric.

You will need to have woven your fabric before the class.  You will need handwoven fabric at least 13 inches by 25 inches. Bring sewing scissors labeled with your name. Any fiber, any weave structure, any colors.

No loom is needed for this class. However, bring the usual tools (scissors, yarn needle, measure, etc.)

Sewing machines and irons will be used. If you have any you can bring, please do so.

Part 2 will take place in January.

Skill Level:
beginner
Skill Details:
Beginner who has done some weaving
Materials Included:
Spray starch, fusible interfacing, fusible thread, pillow form ($15 fee paid to instructor)
Requirements:
You will need to have woven your fabric before the class. You will need handwoven fabric at least 13 inches by 25 inches. Bring sewing scissors labeled with your name. Any fiber, any weave structure, any colors.
Instructor Name:
Peggy McIntosh
Instructor Bio:
Peggy has been weaving for more than 30 years, and teaching weaving at HOKC for 4 years. She is a member of the Inland Empire Handweavers Guild.

Sewing Handwoven Fabric with Peggy, Part 1

Cost:
$ 40.00