Learning how to sew has numerous benefits—you can patch up holes in your clothes, craft a purse, or make a quilt to drape over the waist-high pile of action figures in your living room.
Choose from Three Options
- $75 for a beginner sewing or quilting class and a $20 credit toward supplies for one person ($220 value)
- $135 for a beginner sewing or quilting class and $20 credits toward supplies for two people ($440 value)
- $269 for a beginner sewing or quilting class and $20 credits toward supplies for four people ($880 value)
Across a trio of two-hour sessions, students sew or piece together materials purchased at Linda Z's Sewing Center using new sewing machines. Expert instructors guide students through each step of the process, from selecting and cutting fabric to wrestling finished projects out of the hands of jealous admirers. As a licensed multi-brand sewing machine dealer, Linda Z's will give students the chance to work with either Brother's Project Runway machines or Baby Lock machines. Each participant receives their own $20 credit for supplies they will use during class.
Linda Z's Sewing Center
Founded in 1967, Linda Z's Sewing Center has been supplying area residents with the tools and know-how they need to sew their own masterpieces. During classes for all skill levels, expert instructors guide students in using the store’s fleet of new sewing machines to create an assortment of projects, from aprons to jackets to quilts that double as jackets. Linda Z’s stocks an ever-changing selection of fabrics, such as fun floral prints or fancy stripes and hosts monthly sewing and embroidery clubs to keep idle hands busy.