Knowing how to sew can come in handy in numerous scenarios, such as patching up a favorite pair of pants or performing an emergency fluffendectomy on a teddy bear. Practice suturing skills with today’s Groupon to The Sewing Studio. Choose between the following options:
- For $35, you get a two-hour Beginner Basics sewing class including materials and a $35 credit good toward an Introductory Sewing course (a $75 value).
- For $65, you get a two-hour Beginner Basics sewing class including materials for two and two $35 credits good toward an Introductory Sewing course (a $150 value).<p>
The Sewing Studio introduces aspiring thread charmers to the proper skills and techniques for mending, modifying, and creating apparel. Students of all skill levels take on projects during two-hour Beginner Basics classes that include all necessary materials. Sewers cheerily share creative inspiration or tips for attracting hard-working nocturnal elves in the intimately sized classes, which allow for individual attention from instructors. The Sewing Studio’s facility hums with happy needle jockeys working at elevated cutting tables, sewing machines, and pressing stations that fill the sunny shop, allowing pupils to work efficiently through basic exercises and move onto complex cummerbunds for octopi. Students may apply the included $35 credit toward an eight-week Introductory Sewing course, which furthers skills and interests developed in the initial two-hour session.
The Sewing Studio
Magazine editor Denise Wild started out teaching her friends to sew, and before long she was teaching her friends' friends. Her network of students led her to create The Sewing Studio, which now proudly teaches the seamstress arts in New York and Toronto. She and her staff impart methods for bobbing and weaving colourful threads through linens, taking students from beginning steps to advance endeavours such as creating their own skirts, handbags, and party dresses. Denise and company lead lessons in a bright and intimate classroom setting, helping participants learn to alter their own clothes or re-create treasured designer duds by hand. The Sewing Studio also nurtures aspiring fashionistas through after-school programming and week-long intensive sessions. Over the course of five days, guests can brainstorm, sew, and model their own garments or drop by for a workshop on creating dresses and kevlar body armour for American Girl dolls.
134 W 29th St.
Manhattan, New York 10001