SEW LONDON PROJECT LAUNCHES SEWING COURSES
The Sew London Project is a dynamic creative Art, Craft, Recycling and Sewing studio situated in Barking, East London where we offer a range of sewing skills, courses from beginners to advanced learners, Textile workshops, Tie & dye, Upcycling, painting, drawing and teaching adults courses.
There will be a holiday kids club and children’s after school club in Arts crafts and Sewing.
We are open Mondays to Fridays – we have 3 groups:
A group 10:00am-12:30pm
Group B is 1:30pm-3:30 pm
Group C is the after school club 4:30pm- 6:30pm
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Kemi at email@example.com or call on 07449035216.
We are currently offering the following courses –
- Free introductory : FREE get to meet YOUR SEWING MACHINE WORKSHOP. Come and learn about studio procedures, course costs, time, the different courses and Sewing projects that the students will do. The classes are for groups of six.
Dates: Every first Saturday of the month for 1½ -2 hours.
- Adult classes teaching fashion design, dressmaking from Beginners, intermediate and advanced learner.
- After school sewing club for children aged 8 -12yrs and 13-18yrs from
- 4:30 – 6:30pm
- Children’s Holiday club runs during half term and holidays
For course information and costs about our classes and upcoming events, please inbox us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Last year I took that huge leap of faith to part ways with my secondary school teaching job of 8years to follow my dream and passion to pass those skills on to make and create wearable garments and decided to set up my studio the SEW LONDON PROJECT in the heart of East London ; the Malthouse in Barking.
At the Sew London Project we offer a range of sewing from beginners to advanced and textile workshops,Tye and dye, upcycling , painting and drawing. We aim to provide classes to both adults and children where we will share the skills of turning fabric into wearable art, using basic shapes, step by step instructions, simple professional sewing techniques and incorporating free-hand pattern – cutting to achieve neat finished garments.