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Apron Making Workshop
Apron Making Workshop
Apron Making Workshop
Apron Making Workshop

Apron Making Workshop

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Learn to sew a custom designed apron at The Makehouse. This workshop is a great way to grow your confidence and practice your basic sewing skills. Sew for one yourself, or make a gift for someone you love!

You’ll begin by planning your design and cutting out your fabrics. We have a few different styles to choose from. We will then show you how to construct your apron using the sewing machine and pressing techniques.

Skill Level: Advanced beginner 

Skill requirements: 

A Beginner Boot Camp (Garment, Home Sewing or Quilting), Learn to Sew: Cushion Cover, Sew a Tote bag, Bunting Workshop OR basic sewing experience such as knowing how to thread and use a sewing machine, wind a bobbin, construct simple seams, and be familiar with sewing terminology such as "right sides of fabric together" and "seam allowance." 

Must be aged 16+

In this workshop you will learn:

  • How to sew curves
  • How to create neat corners
  • How to sew bias binding
  • How to top-stitch
  • How to make a custom apron

Material requirements: You will need to bring 1-1.5 meters of cotton or cotton/linen and a spool of co-ordinating thread. 

We offer a 20% student discount on all your supplies for this workshop! You will be sent a code to use online once you've registered for your class! 

Equipment requirements: We highly encourage you to bring your own sewing machine, however if you don't own a machine, one will be provided for you. If you’d like to bring your home machine, please remember to bring the manual (and foot pedal/power cord) and arrive 10 minutes prior to the scheduled time.

Group size: Maximum 5 guests to keep our classes cozy and fun!