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The Everyday Jumper

  • The Stitchery 24 Sandyford Pl Glasgow, G3 7NG United Kingdom (map)

4 Week Course // Tuesdays, 6:30pm - 9:30pm // Level: Beginner // Cost: £120 (includes pattern) // Instructor: Susie Haigh // Pattern: Linden Sweatshirt or Paxson Sweatshirt

Learn how to sew with knit fabric and make your very own sweatshirt(s) for everyday wear.

One of the beautiful things about making your own clothes is the variety of fabrics you can use. In this course we'll be delving into the world of knits: the perfect fabric for comfortable, every day clothing. 

This course is open to complete beginners and experience sewers alike. So if you've only ever sewn with woven fabrics before, this is chance to try something new. And if you've never touched a sewing machine before, don't worry because we'll be giving you a quick overview at the start. 

Techniques taught will included: choosing knit fabric, cutting patterns, using your home sewing machine to sew knits - tips and techniques, attaching ribbing, basic seams, raglan sleeves, hems, and using a twin needle.

Your canvas for this course will be the Linden Sweatshirt by Grainline Patterns or the Paxson Sweater by Seamwork (a unisex option). Both are perfect everyday jumpers for the cooler late summer nights, or for layering up this Autumn. And, once mastered, both can be made up in a varety of fabrics with different styling alterations. 

Booking Your Place

To book your place on this course, please use our online booking system below. You can pay a deposit or, if you prefer, pay the full course amount. Please familiarise yourself with our Terms & Conditions before making your booking. 

You can pay by PayPal or any major debit/credit card.  NOTE: You do not need a PayPal account to make a booking. Simply click on the link which says "pay with a debit or credit card". It looks like this. 

Any Questions?

If you have any questions please have a look at our FAQs page. We also recommend reading the relevant page on our Student Resource Page, where you can find useful insights on the course structure and what supplies you'll need to bring to class (Note: If you don't see your course info up yet, don't panic, we'll have it up with enough time to get your supplies together before the course starts).

If you don't find your answer in either of these places, then please feel free to contact us.


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