Mother & Daughters’ (all relations and genders welcome) Sewing Workshop in Chelsea

Learn a new skill together using our Liberty printed fabric and expert tuition – twice the fun!

Mother & Daughters’ (all relations and genders welcome) Sewing Workshop in Chelsea

About this event

Starts: Wednesday 24 October 2018 11:00 AM

Ends: Wednesday 24 October 2018 3:30 PM

At: Hall of Remembrance, Flood Street, Chelsea, London SW3 5SY

Organised by: The Fashion School

You and your child will learn how to use a sewing machine safely and you’ll get to sew your own easy to make pretty Liberty fabric washbag, shorts, skater skirts etc with optional creative appliqué.

At the end of the workshop, you’ll take home:

  • Your own pretty creations
  • A creative sketchbook with a mood page and sketches/designs

If you’ve been to our workshops before, you’ll develop your drawing and design skills further.

The price includes all fabrics, haberdashery, art materials and equipment. Please let us know upon booking what age size your child is and what you would like to make.


The Fashion School

The Fashion School Centre

Our inclusive and creative studio is based in the heart of Brighton’s trendy boutique quarter. We teach fashion, design and sewing to children from 6+, teens and adults, with the aim to promote a healthy attitude towards fashion and individuality.

We offer fun after school and weekend classes for children and teens of all levels, exciting half term and summer holiday workshops, fashion trips and shows, social weekday adult classes, and creative birthday parties for children. Whether you are with us to have a relaxing time learning lifelong sewing skills or you want to go into a career in fashion, we’re here for you. We have the most experienced caring staff, widest range of specialist machinery and the best facilities in Brighton (and soon to be London – watch this space!)

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