Pattern Making: Recreate a Wardrobe Favourite! Sun 3rd February or Sat 23rd March 10.00am – 2.30pm
NB. This class is limited to a maximum of 5 people (rather than our usual 6) to ensure everyone has enough space to work, and so the teacher can focus on your individual fitting requirements. The slightly higher than usual workshop fee reflects this.
If the class you wish to attend is full please CONTACT US and we will put you on a waiting list.
About your Teacher: This class is taught by sewing teacher and costumier Zoe Gymer-Waldron . Zoe has extensive pattern making experience and has worked on costumes for theatre, film, television and cabaret.
Skill Level: An understanding of the basic principles of sewing and using sewing patterns is very useful but not necessary. No pattern drafting experience is necessary.
We will provide: Tracing paper and specialised pattern-making rulers along with snacks, beverages and lots of very useful tips and tricks!
1 – 3 simple garments you would like to make a pattern from. We only trace one or two of these. Your teacher will advise which garments are most suitable to use.
HB pencil and sharpener
60cm ruler (drafting ruler is 60cm long)
Where: The Gaye Abandon Workroom, 122 Buckley St, Footscray.
When: 10am – 2.30pm Sunday 3rd February OR 17th March
Getting here: We are just near the corner of Buckley St and Victoria St in Footscray.
3 minutes walk from Middle Footscray Station. Street parking out front. See Contact Page for a map
Please contact us if you have any questions or would like more information