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with Rhonda Schneider

Tues & Thurs / 6:00pm - 8:00pm / Mar 27 - Apr 19 (no class 4/17)
REGISTER BY: Mar 20
Seven 2-hour sessions / 1 credit / APAR F150P
Cost: NOW $146 -- OR $110 if paid in advance!

In this course, learn how to confidently operate a sewing machine. The projects selected for this class will teach basic skills that will help the student expand their sewing ability and eliminate fears associated with trying something new. You will learn how to properly install zippers, snaps and hooks; make button holes; use elastic and casings; and make and use bias tape. Students will choose at least three of the following projects to complete: shoe bag, pillow cover, table runner, mitten leash, kuspuk apron, placemats, embellished hand towel, grocery bag holder, zippered such or tote.

Sewing since age 7, Rhonda Schneider has become an accomplished seamstress whose skills include alterations, furniture upholstery, and teaching sewing to others.

 

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