CREATE YOUR OWN UPCYCLED BAG/FANYY PACK
Sewing level required: beginner knowledge of using the sewing machine.
Learn to creatively transform the clothes and household items or fabrics that you don’t use anymore into an accessory you need. We will create one of two simple and chic accessories: a fanny pack or a bag.
Each class has a clear step-by-step structure and a number of maximum 4 participants, in order to have a complete understanding of the sewing process and to obtain by the end of the class a finished product.
YOU WILL LEARN
- how to develop a product and organize your sewing process;
- how to select the right fabrics for your sewing goal;
- how to attach zippers/pockets/strings;
- how to create products with lining;
- how to use a simple sewing technique that adds dimension to your design.
- many other things you will understand in the process.
YOU WILL TAKE HOME
One fanny pack or one bag, together with a set of sewing techniques which allow you to recreate the item in different designs; the basic set of sewing skills which allow you to advance towards more complex projects.
A one time session that can be taken on a Thursday, between 18:00 – 21:30 (3,5 h). Bring a friend and both of you get 10% off.
Here you can check the available dates.
55 EUR (sewing machines, tools and snacks are included)
More information about pricing here.
Join our mission by bringing your own unused fabrics and clothes. Here are some suggestions.
There is an extra 10 EUR cost for working with fabrics provided by us. In order to keep our conscience (and the Earth) as clean as possible, we only work with sustainable materials. Here you can find more info.
BOOK YOUR CLASS
To book your class, e-mail us your desired date for this class at email@example.com. Here you can see the complete schedule.
In order to officially reserve your spot, a 50% advance is required, payable through Bank Transfer/Pay Pal. The rest of the amount can be paid in cash, after each class.
When we have more requests for a date then the number of spots available, the first person to make the deposit would have priority.