Beginner Sewing – Next Step


Beginner Sewing – Next Step

Want to learn more about sewing? Take the Next Step class to learn even more about sewing construction! You will learn about different stitching techniques, curving seams, and sewing elastic. You will make your very own pajama pants in the afternoon. You will have the skills you need after this class to make garments or even a bra!

$75.00 CAD + HST

Kit cost: $20.00. Includes all the fabric and elastic you need to make your pajama pants.

Please note:

• The class begins at 10 am and ends at 3:00 pm. Doors open at 9:30 am.

• Bring your lunch or you can buy lunch out. Please note that lunch will only be a half-hour as we have a lot to cover! We have a fridge, sink, and microwave in our classroom kitchen. We also include coffee and tea for the class. You will receive a small goodie bag to take home with you!

•A photographer will be on-site. We will offer ribbons if you do not wish to have your picture taken. Those who do will have photos posted to social media.

Beginner Sewing – Next Step

Have you learned all the basics but want to learn more? This is the class for you! We will teach you more stitching techniques, opposing curved seams, sewing with elastic, and more! We will teach you how to make pajama pants in the afternoon, plus you will have something comfy to wear in the evening! After this class you will be ready to take our Beginner Bra class if you so wish!

$75.00 CAD + $20.00 kit fee + HST

Skill Level

You should have some experience on the sewing machine, but you do not have to be a master. Beginner sewists are encouraged!

What you get in the class

You will receive hand-outs with different seams, stitches, and practice sheets. A kit for the pajama pants is available for $20.00, but we will choose the fabrics ahead of time.

More Info


Saturday, April 18
Saturday, June 13
Saturday, August 8
Saturday, November 7 special Holiday class!

$75.00 + HST CAD

For more information, call us at 905-538-1396.


Bring to Class:

• A fabric kit will be available for purchase for $20.00. Machines are available for rent for $10.00.


• Regular polyester thread (available on site)
• Paper Scissors, SHARP fabric scissors, thread snips
• Universal Needles (available on site)
• Regular sewing foot (optional)
• Pen and paper for note taking
• Zig-zag sewing machine in good working order.
• The foot pedal and power cords for the machine above!
• Basic sewing supplies including spare bobbins, pins, a seam ripper, tape measure,
extra needles, seam gauge, ruler, etc.

Have a question? Contact us.

Reserve your spot by calling 905 538 1396

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