Students taking any of these classes are invited to display their creations on tables at the Exhibition in December and the Spring Production night in May. Students are responsible for any frames, stands, labels, or other equipment needed for their display.
Mission: To provide students with a fun and safe place to learn the art of machine sewing along with others who share our passion for textiles and stitching. I hope to strengthen students' skills and encourage them in achieving their goals as we make projects for ourselves and others for God's glory.
"She selects wool and flax and works with eager hands...She makes coverings for her bed; she's clothed in fine linen and purple....She makes linen garments and sells them; and supplies the merchants with sashes. She is clothed with strength and dignity; she can laugh at the days to come." Prov. 31:13, 22, 24, 25
NOTE: Sewing classes are full-year, as skills and projects build from week to week.
Prerequisite: Sewing 1 or teacher permission (has some sewing experience)
Teacher: Julia Dockery
In this class students will continue building on what they learned in Sewing 101. They will learn more about seam finishes, hem finishes, using commercial patterns, etc. They may make projects such as pajama pants, tote bags, and do an upcycled project.
Tuition: $200 Per Student Per Year
Materials Fee: $25 Per Student Per Year
(Students will also need a basic sewing kit and sewing machine.)