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Come learn to Sew in a fun lighthearted  environment with a small class and lot's of individual attention! Classes are taught step by step style with a different project each Thursday! Sewing novices and enthusiasts welcome to come learn in the sewing lounge and to enjoy the camaraderie!


If you are interested in setting up a private lesson for a specific project, or want to do a mix of kids and adults, give us a call to scehdule a time!


Group (2 hour) Classes: Day TBD 7-9 $30 (projects listed on the calendar - all materials provided)

Adult (2 hour) Private Classes: $20 bring your own material and project

Kids Private or group (2 hour) classes: $20



Private Students will need to bring:

Sewing Machine




Pattern (optional)


Items Provided

Ironing Board / Iron

Cutting Board

Rotary Cutter

Rulers/ Chalk


Patterns from Demos

Scraps of Fabric


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A limited number of machines will be available if you do not own a machine.

Fabric bundles can be purchased as well.


Outfits pictured below were sewn by the instructor.

Check out our facebook for projects that we have done this summer, or come into the store to see more awesome projects!


 tie 2  brinn dress 2 


Q: I've never sewn before, will I be able to join this class?

A: Absolutely! Each group class will have a tutorail that you can follow along step by step!

Q: I've inherited my grandmothers sewing machine. Will I be able to use it?

A: If it's in working order, then yes! If you are unsure, then bring it by before the class starts and we'll take a look at it.

Q: I want to buy a sewing machine, which one should I buy?

A: A simple machine will do everything a fancy machine will do! If you're just starting out, a $100 machine will be perfect.

Q: I've been sewing for a long time, is this group still a good fit?

A: Of course! This class is for beginners as well as the advanced student. Sometimes it's more fun to sew in a group!

Q: Can I bring my machine to a sip n sew class?

A: Of course! It's encouraged that you bring your own machine. Each one is slightly different and learning on your own machine often works out for the best!