Have you played with the idea of learning to sew? Do you day dream about making your own clothes?
At Thread Den it's just like a friend (a super nice clever one) teaching you and a few friends to sew. There is no need to clear off a space and find somewhere to work at home. When you come in; take advantage of having all the equipment on hand, lovely big cutting tables, smooth running Janomes with plenty of feet accessories, inspiring resources, and friendly people to chat to. Everything is right here. Students simply need to bring along their fabric, matching thread and notions like buttons, zips, etc. Your teachers have years of experience, their own labels and businesses, and the desire to share their skills and craftsmanship with you.
Thread Den is located at Level 1, 329 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy. Start at the very beginning, take your skills to the next level, or find your own unique style.
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Really enjoyed this class. As usual the teaching was proactive and patient. The pattern used as the basis for the class works well. Lauren identifies problems before they happen and helps those who are running behind. Difficult to finish in the two lessons but attending on Sunday sewing or Thursday or Friday lounge booking or Social Sewing evening will see you helped along the way by Lauren or Dan. The instructions handed out are very clear and could be followed well at home if you can't make it in on one of these openings. Thanks Thread Den!
I learnt to sew a pouch, a make up bag and a shopping bag. All three lessons were exceptionally fun and rewarding
I was disappointed with the class as I had recommended Thread Den. The class was basic and average value for money. The lesson on how to screen-print was about 15mins, which was fine. The remaining hour and 45mins of the class was to work on a single tea-towel project. This was okay, except there were only 6 screen-print images to choose from and 3 colours.