August 5, 2017
12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Now that we’ve been running classes for a while, we’ve noticed that occasionally, people will bring their own aprons to class, to wear and keep their clothes from getting dirty. Some of the aprons we’ve seen have been store-bought, but some have been handmade. Well, as you can imagine, “handmade” gets us pretty excited! We got inspired and worked on a design with Sasha Howell, who runs the Costume Shop at St. Scholastica.
During this class, you will learn the basics of sewing while making your very own denim apron!
You will get a brief overview of using a sewing machine and learn what tools are needed for basic sewing projects. You will also learn a little about sewing denim and be able to customize it with embellishments. You’ll then use your skills to create your own apron out of recycled jeans.
We will have sewing machines you can use.
Instruction, material, and you will leave with your own denim apron!
This class is for anyone
Best for Ages…
18 years and older
You should bring…
We will have recycled blue jeans, but you are welcome to bring some of your own, if you have a unique color you’d like to include. If you’d like to embellish your apron (fringe, leather, patches, etc.), bring your embellishments along. If you have questions about what might or might not work, you can drop us a line at email@example.com
Venue: Duluth Folk School Main Hall
Located on street level. Handicapped accessible.