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* After School StitchAfter School Stitch

Time: 10:44 am

January 7

After School Stitch

January 7 – April
$460 full semester(once a week for 4 months)
$120 monthly (once a week for 4 months)

Please read below for all class schedules and age groups.

Fashion Sewing

Tuesdays, January 7 – April, 4:30pm – 6:30pm
Ages 9 – 17
Instructor: Kimberly Ramberg

Level: Beginner
Learn the fundamentals of garment sewing, how to operate a sewing machine, master a commercial pattern, and complete several garments throughout the semester.

Fashion Design and Sewing

Wednesdays, January 8 – April, 4:00pm – 6:00pm
Ages 7 – 17
Instructor: Kimberly Ramberg

Level: Beginner
During this semester we will have Up-Cycling projects and mini sewing and design challenges to inspire you; create fashion illustrations, design, learn very basic draping and pattern drafting techniques all while sewing something fun to wear.

Fashion Sewing

Thursdays: January 9 – April, 4:30pm – 6:30pm
Ages 7 – 17
Instructor: Kimberly Ramberg

Level: Beginner
Learn how to alter a commercial pattern or design your own while learning basic sewing (hand and machine sewing), design and alterations skills.

Independent Studies

Fridays, January 10 – April, 4:30pm – 6:30pm
Ages 9 – 17
Instructor: Kimberly Ramberg

Level: Advancing Beginner
For experienced budding designers. Pursue your own interests by choosing individualized projects while having guidance on perfecting the skills and using the tools properly and more efficiently for sewing on machines.

January 7

After School Stitch

January 7 – April
$460 full semester(once a week for 4 months)
$120 monthly (once a week for 4 months)

Please read below for all class schedules and age groups.

Fashion Sewing

Tuesdays, January 7 – April, 4:30pm – 6:30pm
Ages 9 – 17
Instructor: Kimberly Ramberg

Level: Beginner
Learn the fundamentals of garment sewing, how to operate a sewing machine, master a commercial pattern, and complete several garments throughout the semester.

Fashion Design and Sewing

Wednesdays, January 8 – April, 4:00pm – 6:00pm
Ages 7 – 17
Instructor: Kimberly Ramberg

Level: Beginner
During this semester we will have Up-Cycling projects and mini sewing and design challenges to inspire you; create fashion illustrations, design, learn very basic draping and pattern drafting techniques all while sewing something fun to wear.

Fashion Sewing

Thursdays: January 9 – April, 4:30pm – 6:30pm
Ages 7 – 17
Instructor: Kimberly Ramberg

Level: Beginner
Learn how to alter a commercial pattern or design your own while learning basic sewing (hand and machine sewing), design and alterations skills.

Independent Studies

Fridays, January 10 – April, 4:30pm – 6:30pm
Ages 9 – 17
Instructor: Kimberly Ramberg

Level: Advancing Beginner
For experienced budding designers. Pursue your own interests by choosing individualized projects while having guidance on perfecting the skills and using the tools properly and more efficiently for sewing on machines.

* Introduction to Corset MakingIntroduction to Corset Making

Time: 3:51 pm

March 18

It's a Cinch – Introduction to Corset Making

Tuesdays, March 18, 25, April 1, 8, and 15
11:00am – 2:00pm
$225 plus kit fee (5 week session)
Instructor: Tricia Emlet

Level: Intermediate
Have you always wanted to make a corset but felt intimidated by the prospect? Making a corset is complicated, but it isn’t hard when the process is broken down into organized, doable steps. If you’re comfortable using a sewing machine and understand basic sewing techniques, you can make a corset. Sign up for this class, learn from one of the best local costumers and you will leave this class with a quality corset and a pattern that fits you so well you can make another one whenever you want.

March 18

It's a Cinch – Introduction to Corset Making

Tuesdays, March 18, 25, April 1, 8, and 15
11:00am – 2:00pm
$225 plus kit fee (5 week session)
Instructor: Tricia Emlet

Level: Intermediate
Have you always wanted to make a corset but felt intimidated by the prospect? Making a corset is complicated, but it isn’t hard when the process is broken down into organized, doable steps. If you’re comfortable using a sewing machine and understand basic sewing techniques, you can make a corset. Sign up for this class, learn from one of the best local costumers and you will leave this class with a quality corset and a pattern that fits you so well you can make another one whenever you want.

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* Beginner Sewing: FundamentalsBeginner Sewing: Fundamentals

Time: 2:42 pm

March 19

Beginner Sewing: Fundamentals

Wednesdays, March 19 and 26, April 2 and 9
6:30pm – 9:00pm
$150 (4 week session)
Instructor: Kimberly Ramberg

Level: Beginner
For the very beginner, this class will teach you the fundamentals of garment construction. From pattern use, fabric grain, measuring, and machine use; form the foundation for a lifetime of creative sewing! You will make a simple little skirt or pj’s with an elastic waist band in this first class.

March 19

Beginner Sewing: Fundamentals

Wednesdays, March 19 and 26, April 2 and 9
6:30pm – 9:00pm
$150 (4 week session)
Instructor: Kimberly Ramberg

Level: Beginner
For the very beginner, this class will teach you the fundamentals of garment construction. From pattern use, fabric grain, measuring, and machine use; form the foundation for a lifetime of creative sewing! You will make a simple little skirt or pj’s with an elastic waist band in this first class.

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* Introduction to Corset MakingIntroduction to Corset Making

Time: 3:20 pm

March 6

It's a Cinch – Introduction to Corset Making

Thursdays, March 6, 13, 20, 27, April 3 and 10
6:30 – 9:00pm
$225 plus kit fee (6 week session)
Instructor: Tricia Emlet

Level: Intermediate
Have you always wanted to make a corset but felt intimidated by the prospect? Making a corset is complicated, but it isn’t hard when the process is broken down into organized, doable steps. If you’re comfortable using a sewing machine and understand basic sewing techniques, you can make a corset. Sign up for this class, learn from one of the best local costumers and you will leave this class with a quality corset and a pattern that fits you so well you can make another one whenever you want.

March 6

It's a Cinch – Introduction to Corset Making

Thursdays, March 6, 13, 20, 27, April 3 and 10
6:30 – 9:00pm
$225 plus kit fee (6 week session)
Instructor: Tricia Emlet

Level: Intermediate
Have you always wanted to make a corset but felt intimidated by the prospect? Making a corset is complicated, but it isn’t hard when the process is broken down into organized, doable steps. If you’re comfortable using a sewing machine and understand basic sewing techniques, you can make a corset. Sign up for this class, learn from one of the best local costumers and you will leave this class with a quality corset and a pattern that fits you so well you can make another one whenever you want.

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* Sew the DressSew the Dress

Time: 4:58 pm

March 21

Fashion Design 1 "Sew the Dress"

Fridays, March 21, 28 and April 4
10:00am – 12:30pm
$110 (3 sessions)
Instructor: Kimberly Ramberg

Level: Beginner
Make your simple and elegant dress with woven fabric; learn how to line the bodice and gather or pleat in the skirt; learn how to insert a zipper (regular or invisible zipper). We will choose materials on the first day with teacher’s guidance. (or better yet, come prepared with your fabric and ready to cut out your pattern) Take these classes over again to add to the complexity of the design.

March 21

Fashion Design 1 "Sew the Dress"

Fridays, March 21, 28 and April 4
10:00am – 12:30pm
$110 (3 sessions)
Instructor: Kimberly Ramberg

Level: Beginner
Make your simple and elegant dress with woven fabric; learn how to line the bodice and gather or pleat in the skirt; learn how to insert a zipper (regular or invisible zipper). We will choose materials on the first day with teacher’s guidance. (or better yet, come prepared with your fabric and ready to cut out your pattern) Take these classes over again to add to the complexity of the design.

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* City Market Tote Bag City Market Tote Bag

April 5

City Market Tote Bag

Saturday, April 5
10:00am – 12:30pm
$35 (1 session)
Instructor: Jaime Laugelli

Level: Beginner
Sew a simple tote bag for your farmer’s market shopping and learn the basics of machine sewing at this one session workshop. Materials should be purchased prior to class: ½ yard quilting or upholstery weight fabric, 2 yards of 1-inch cotton webbing to complement your fabric, and coordinating thread.

April 5

City Market Tote Bag

Saturday, April 5
10:00am – 12:30pm
$35 (1 session)
Instructor: Jaime Laugelli

Level: Beginner
Sew a simple tote bag for your farmer’s market shopping and learn the basics of machine sewing at this one session workshop. Materials should be purchased prior to class: ½ yard quilting or upholstery weight fabric, 2 yards of 1-inch cotton webbing to complement your fabric, and coordinating thread.

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* Open SewingOpen Sewing

Time: 9:54 pm

Open Sewing

Open Sewing

$10 for 1st hour - $5 each additional hour
(No instructor)

Level: Intermediate
Do you need to use our classroom space to work on a project? We offer Open Sewing whenever there isn't a class in session. Must have basic sewing skills needed for machine use. (Call store for sign-up)

Open Sewing

Open Sewing

$10 for 1st hour - $5 each additional hour
(No instructor)

Level: Intermediate
Do you need to use our classroom space to work on a project? We offer Open Sewing whenever there isn't a class in session. Must have basic sewing skills needed for machine use. (Call store for sign-up)

* Private LessonsPrivate Lessons

Time: 10:00 pm

January 6

Private Lessons

Sundays – Saturdays (call for appointment 434.975.0710)
$50 per hour
Instructors: Esther Eshleman and Kimberly Ramberg

Level: All
Great for personal projects, finishing up a project, or just to have some special 1 – on – 1 attention!

Schedule time with Esther if you would like to get a better “fit” for your garments or to learn special techniques for advancing your sewing skills such as for lingerie and heirloom sewing (smocking, appliqué).

Schedule with Kimberly to learn the basics of draping fabric on a dress form; take a simple bodice design, draft it onto paper and make a plan on sewing steps for your own fashion designs. Or make a pattern of an existing garment.

January 6

Private Lessons

Sundays – Saturdays (call for appointment 434.975.0710)
$50 per hour
Instructors: Esther Eshleman and Kimberly Ramberg

Level: All
Great for personal projects, finishing up a project, or just to have some special 1 – on – 1 attention!

Schedule time with Esther if you would like to get a better “fit” for your garments or to learn special techniques for advancing your sewing skills such as for lingerie and heirloom sewing (smocking, appliqué).

Schedule with Kimberly to learn the basics of draping fabric on a dress form; take a simple bodice design, draft it onto paper and make a plan on sewing steps for your own fashion designs. Or make a pattern of an existing garment.

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* Men's Hawaiian Style ShirtMen's Hawaiian Style Shirt

Time: 3:54 pm

April 7

Men's Hawaiian Style Shirt

Mondays, April 7, 14, 21, and 28
6:00 – 8:30pm
$150 (3 week session)
Instructor: Robyn Fogler

Level: Intermediate
Make a casual shirt with a back yoke, convertible collar and buttons.

April 7

Men's Hawaiian Style Shirt

Mondays, April 7, 14, 21, and 28
6:00 – 8:30pm
$150 (3 week session)
Instructor: Robyn Fogler

Level: Intermediate
Make a casual shirt with a back yoke, convertible collar and buttons.

* Open SewingOpen Sewing

Time: 6:31 pm

Open Sewing

Open Sewing

$10 for 1st hour - $5 each additional hour
(No instructor)

Level: Intermediate
Do you need to use our classroom space to work on a project? We offer Open Sewing whenever there isn't a class in session. Must have basic sewing skills needed for machine use. (Call store for sign-up)

Open Sewing

Open Sewing

$10 for 1st hour - $5 each additional hour
(No instructor)

Level: Intermediate
Do you need to use our classroom space to work on a project? We offer Open Sewing whenever there isn't a class in session. Must have basic sewing skills needed for machine use. (Call store for sign-up)

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* After School StitchAfter School Stitch

Time: 10:44 am

January 7

After School Stitch

January 7 – April
$460 full semester(once a week for 4 months)
$120 monthly (once a week for 4 months)

Please read below for all class schedules and age groups.

Fashion Sewing

Tuesdays, January 7 – April, 4:30pm – 6:30pm
Ages 9 – 17
Instructor: Kimberly Ramberg

Level: Beginner
Learn the fundamentals of garment sewing, how to operate a sewing machine, master a commercial pattern, and complete several garments throughout the semester.

Fashion Design and Sewing

Wednesdays, January 8 – April, 4:00pm – 6:00pm
Ages 7 – 17
Instructor: Kimberly Ramberg

Level: Beginner
During this semester we will have Up-Cycling projects and mini sewing and design challenges to inspire you; create fashion illustrations, design, learn very basic draping and pattern drafting techniques all while sewing something fun to wear.

Fashion Sewing

Thursdays: January 9 – April, 4:30pm – 6:30pm
Ages 7 – 17
Instructor: Kimberly Ramberg

Level: Beginner
Learn how to alter a commercial pattern or design your own while learning basic sewing (hand and machine sewing), design and alterations skills.

Independent Studies

Fridays, January 10 – April, 4:30pm – 6:30pm
Ages 9 – 17
Instructor: Kimberly Ramberg

Level: Advancing Beginner
For experienced budding designers. Pursue your own interests by choosing individualized projects while having guidance on perfecting the skills and using the tools properly and more efficiently for sewing on machines.

January 7

After School Stitch

January 7 – April
$460 full semester(once a week for 4 months)
$120 monthly (once a week for 4 months)

Please read below for all class schedules and age groups.

Fashion Sewing

Tuesdays, January 7 – April, 4:30pm – 6:30pm
Ages 9 – 17
Instructor: Kimberly Ramberg

Level: Beginner
Learn the fundamentals of garment sewing, how to operate a sewing machine, master a commercial pattern, and complete several garments throughout the semester.

Fashion Design and Sewing

Wednesdays, January 8 – April, 4:00pm – 6:00pm
Ages 7 – 17
Instructor: Kimberly Ramberg

Level: Beginner
During this semester we will have Up-Cycling projects and mini sewing and design challenges to inspire you; create fashion illustrations, design, learn very basic draping and pattern drafting techniques all while sewing something fun to wear.

Fashion Sewing

Thursdays: January 9 – April, 4:30pm – 6:30pm
Ages 7 – 17
Instructor: Kimberly Ramberg

Level: Beginner
Learn how to alter a commercial pattern or design your own while learning basic sewing (hand and machine sewing), design and alterations skills.

Independent Studies

Fridays, January 10 – April, 4:30pm – 6:30pm
Ages 9 – 17
Instructor: Kimberly Ramberg

Level: Advancing Beginner
For experienced budding designers. Pursue your own interests by choosing individualized projects while having guidance on perfecting the skills and using the tools properly and more efficiently for sewing on machines.

* Introduction to Corset MakingIntroduction to Corset Making

Time: 3:51 pm

March 18

It's a Cinch – Introduction to Corset Making

Tuesdays, March 18, 25, April 1, 8, and 15
11:00am – 2:00pm
$225 plus kit fee (5 week session)
Instructor: Tricia Emlet

Level: Intermediate
Have you always wanted to make a corset but felt intimidated by the prospect? Making a corset is complicated, but it isn’t hard when the process is broken down into organized, doable steps. If you’re comfortable using a sewing machine and understand basic sewing techniques, you can make a corset. Sign up for this class, learn from one of the best local costumers and you will leave this class with a quality corset and a pattern that fits you so well you can make another one whenever you want.

March 18

It's a Cinch – Introduction to Corset Making

Tuesdays, March 18, 25, April 1, 8, and 15
11:00am – 2:00pm
$225 plus kit fee (5 week session)
Instructor: Tricia Emlet

Level: Intermediate
Have you always wanted to make a corset but felt intimidated by the prospect? Making a corset is complicated, but it isn’t hard when the process is broken down into organized, doable steps. If you’re comfortable using a sewing machine and understand basic sewing techniques, you can make a corset. Sign up for this class, learn from one of the best local costumers and you will leave this class with a quality corset and a pattern that fits you so well you can make another one whenever you want.

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* Beginner Sewing: FundamentalsBeginner Sewing: Fundamentals

Time: 2:42 pm

March 19

Beginner Sewing: Fundamentals

Wednesdays, March 19 and 26, April 2 and 9
6:30pm – 9:00pm
$150 (4 week session)
Instructor: Kimberly Ramberg

Level: Beginner
For the very beginner, this class will teach you the fundamentals of garment construction. From pattern use, fabric grain, measuring, and machine use; form the foundation for a lifetime of creative sewing! You will make a simple little skirt or pj’s with an elastic waist band in this first class.

March 19

Beginner Sewing: Fundamentals

Wednesdays, March 19 and 26, April 2 and 9
6:30pm – 9:00pm
$150 (4 week session)
Instructor: Kimberly Ramberg

Level: Beginner
For the very beginner, this class will teach you the fundamentals of garment construction. From pattern use, fabric grain, measuring, and machine use; form the foundation for a lifetime of creative sewing! You will make a simple little skirt or pj’s with an elastic waist band in this first class.

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* Introduction to Corset MakingIntroduction to Corset Making

Time: 3:20 pm

March 6

It's a Cinch – Introduction to Corset Making

Thursdays, March 6, 13, 20, 27, April 3 and 10
6:30 – 9:00pm
$225 plus kit fee (6 week session)
Instructor: Tricia Emlet

Level: Intermediate
Have you always wanted to make a corset but felt intimidated by the prospect? Making a corset is complicated, but it isn’t hard when the process is broken down into organized, doable steps. If you’re comfortable using a sewing machine and understand basic sewing techniques, you can make a corset. Sign up for this class, learn from one of the best local costumers and you will leave this class with a quality corset and a pattern that fits you so well you can make another one whenever you want.

March 6

It's a Cinch – Introduction to Corset Making

Thursdays, March 6, 13, 20, 27, April 3 and 10
6:30 – 9:00pm
$225 plus kit fee (6 week session)
Instructor: Tricia Emlet

Level: Intermediate
Have you always wanted to make a corset but felt intimidated by the prospect? Making a corset is complicated, but it isn’t hard when the process is broken down into organized, doable steps. If you’re comfortable using a sewing machine and understand basic sewing techniques, you can make a corset. Sign up for this class, learn from one of the best local costumers and you will leave this class with a quality corset and a pattern that fits you so well you can make another one whenever you want.

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* Sew the DressSew the Dress

Time: 4:58 pm

March 21

Fashion Design 1 "Sew the Dress"

Fridays, March 21, 28 and April 4
10:00am – 12:30pm
$110 (3 sessions)
Instructor: Kimberly Ramberg

Level: Beginner
Make your simple and elegant dress with woven fabric; learn how to line the bodice and gather or pleat in the skirt; learn how to insert a zipper (regular or invisible zipper). We will choose materials on the first day with teacher’s guidance. (or better yet, come prepared with your fabric and ready to cut out your pattern) Take these classes over again to add to the complexity of the design.

March 21

Fashion Design 1 "Sew the Dress"

Fridays, March 21, 28 and April 4
10:00am – 12:30pm
$110 (3 sessions)
Instructor: Kimberly Ramberg

Level: Beginner
Make your simple and elegant dress with woven fabric; learn how to line the bodice and gather or pleat in the skirt; learn how to insert a zipper (regular or invisible zipper). We will choose materials on the first day with teacher’s guidance. (or better yet, come prepared with your fabric and ready to cut out your pattern) Take these classes over again to add to the complexity of the design.

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* Earth Day Zero-Waste DesigningEarth Day Zero-Waste Designing

Time: 8:03 pm

April 12

Earth Day Zero-Waste Designing

Saturdays, April 12 and 19
9:00am – 1:00pm
$120 (2 week session)
Instructor: Rosalba Valentino

Level: Intermediate
Make a dress using one entire piece of yardage. Zero-waste dress will encourage students to be aware of the potential waste involved in conventional designing and help them envision alternative ideas for their own creations. See Les Fabriques in December for an example.

April 12

Earth Day Zero-Waste Designing

Saturdays, April 12 and 19
9:00am – 1:00pm
$120 (2 week session)
Instructor: Rosalba Valentino

Level: Intermediate
Make a dress using one entire piece of yardage. Zero-waste dress will encourage students to be aware of the potential waste involved in conventional designing and help them envision alternative ideas for their own creations. See Les Fabriques in December for an example.

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* Open SewingOpen Sewing

Time: 9:54 pm

Open Sewing

Open Sewing

$10 for 1st hour - $5 each additional hour
(No instructor)

Level: Intermediate
Do you need to use our classroom space to work on a project? We offer Open Sewing whenever there isn't a class in session. Must have basic sewing skills needed for machine use. (Call store for sign-up)

Open Sewing

Open Sewing

$10 for 1st hour - $5 each additional hour
(No instructor)

Level: Intermediate
Do you need to use our classroom space to work on a project? We offer Open Sewing whenever there isn't a class in session. Must have basic sewing skills needed for machine use. (Call store for sign-up)

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* Men's Hawaiian Style ShirtMen's Hawaiian Style Shirt

Time: 3:54 pm

April 7

Men's Hawaiian Style Shirt

Mondays, April 7, 14, 21, and 28
6:00 – 8:30pm
$150 (3 week session)
Instructor: Robyn Fogler

Level: Intermediate
Make a casual shirt with a back yoke, convertible collar and buttons.

April 7

Men's Hawaiian Style Shirt

Mondays, April 7, 14, 21, and 28
6:00 – 8:30pm
$150 (3 week session)
Instructor: Robyn Fogler

Level: Intermediate
Make a casual shirt with a back yoke, convertible collar and buttons.

* Open SewingOpen Sewing

Time: 6:31 pm

Open Sewing

Open Sewing

$10 for 1st hour - $5 each additional hour
(No instructor)

Level: Intermediate
Do you need to use our classroom space to work on a project? We offer Open Sewing whenever there isn't a class in session. Must have basic sewing skills needed for machine use. (Call store for sign-up)

Open Sewing

Open Sewing

$10 for 1st hour - $5 each additional hour
(No instructor)

Level: Intermediate
Do you need to use our classroom space to work on a project? We offer Open Sewing whenever there isn't a class in session. Must have basic sewing skills needed for machine use. (Call store for sign-up)

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* After School StitchAfter School Stitch

Time: 10:44 am

January 7

After School Stitch

January 7 – April
$460 full semester(once a week for 4 months)
$120 monthly (once a week for 4 months)

Please read below for all class schedules and age groups.

Fashion Sewing

Tuesdays, January 7 – April, 4:30pm – 6:30pm
Ages 9 – 17
Instructor: Kimberly Ramberg

Level: Beginner
Learn the fundamentals of garment sewing, how to operate a sewing machine, master a commercial pattern, and complete several garments throughout the semester.

Fashion Design and Sewing

Wednesdays, January 8 – April, 4:00pm – 6:00pm
Ages 7 – 17
Instructor: Kimberly Ramberg

Level: Beginner
During this semester we will have Up-Cycling projects and mini sewing and design challenges to inspire you; create fashion illustrations, design, learn very basic draping and pattern drafting techniques all while sewing something fun to wear.

Fashion Sewing

Thursdays: January 9 – April, 4:30pm – 6:30pm
Ages 7 – 17
Instructor: Kimberly Ramberg

Level: Beginner
Learn how to alter a commercial pattern or design your own while learning basic sewing (hand and machine sewing), design and alterations skills.

Independent Studies

Fridays, January 10 – April, 4:30pm – 6:30pm
Ages 9 – 17
Instructor: Kimberly Ramberg

Level: Advancing Beginner
For experienced budding designers. Pursue your own interests by choosing individualized projects while having guidance on perfecting the skills and using the tools properly and more efficiently for sewing on machines.

January 7

After School Stitch

January 7 – April
$460 full semester(once a week for 4 months)
$120 monthly (once a week for 4 months)

Please read below for all class schedules and age groups.

Fashion Sewing

Tuesdays, January 7 – April, 4:30pm – 6:30pm
Ages 9 – 17
Instructor: Kimberly Ramberg

Level: Beginner
Learn the fundamentals of garment sewing, how to operate a sewing machine, master a commercial pattern, and complete several garments throughout the semester.

Fashion Design and Sewing

Wednesdays, January 8 – April, 4:00pm – 6:00pm
Ages 7 – 17
Instructor: Kimberly Ramberg

Level: Beginner
During this semester we will have Up-Cycling projects and mini sewing and design challenges to inspire you; create fashion illustrations, design, learn very basic draping and pattern drafting techniques all while sewing something fun to wear.

Fashion Sewing

Thursdays: January 9 – April, 4:30pm – 6:30pm
Ages 7 – 17
Instructor: Kimberly Ramberg

Level: Beginner
Learn how to alter a commercial pattern or design your own while learning basic sewing (hand and machine sewing), design and alterations skills.

Independent Studies

Fridays, January 10 – April, 4:30pm – 6:30pm
Ages 9 – 17
Instructor: Kimberly Ramberg

Level: Advancing Beginner
For experienced budding designers. Pursue your own interests by choosing individualized projects while having guidance on perfecting the skills and using the tools properly and more efficiently for sewing on machines.

* Introduction to Corset MakingIntroduction to Corset Making

Time: 3:51 pm

March 18

It's a Cinch – Introduction to Corset Making

Tuesdays, March 18, 25, April 1, 8, and 15
11:00am – 2:00pm
$225 plus kit fee (5 week session)
Instructor: Tricia Emlet

Level: Intermediate
Have you always wanted to make a corset but felt intimidated by the prospect? Making a corset is complicated, but it isn’t hard when the process is broken down into organized, doable steps. If you’re comfortable using a sewing machine and understand basic sewing techniques, you can make a corset. Sign up for this class, learn from one of the best local costumers and you will leave this class with a quality corset and a pattern that fits you so well you can make another one whenever you want.

March 18

It's a Cinch – Introduction to Corset Making

Tuesdays, March 18, 25, April 1, 8, and 15
11:00am – 2:00pm
$225 plus kit fee (5 week session)
Instructor: Tricia Emlet

Level: Intermediate
Have you always wanted to make a corset but felt intimidated by the prospect? Making a corset is complicated, but it isn’t hard when the process is broken down into organized, doable steps. If you’re comfortable using a sewing machine and understand basic sewing techniques, you can make a corset. Sign up for this class, learn from one of the best local costumers and you will leave this class with a quality corset and a pattern that fits you so well you can make another one whenever you want.

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* Design the DressDesign the Dress

Time: 4:47 pm

April 17

Fashion Design 1 "Design the Dress"

Thursdays, April 17, 24 and May 1
6:30pm – 9:00pm
$110 (3 week session)
Instructor: Kimberly Ramberg

Level: Beginner
Learn the basics of fashion design. Learn how drape muslin on a dress form for a simple bodice for a dress. Create your own paper pattern and write your instructions. Apply a $5 discount for signing up for the “sew the Dress” session to follow.

April 17

Fashion Design 1 "Design the Dress"

Thursdays, April 17, 24 and May 1
6:30pm – 9:00pm
$110 (3 week session)
Instructor: Kimberly Ramberg

Level: Beginner
Learn the basics of fashion design. Learn how drape muslin on a dress form for a simple bodice for a dress. Create your own paper pattern and write your instructions. Apply a $5 discount for signing up for the “sew the Dress” session to follow.

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* Sew the DressSew the Dress

Time: 4:58 pm

March 21

Fashion Design 1 "Sew the Dress"

Fridays, March 21, 28 and April 4
10:00am – 12:30pm
$110 (3 sessions)
Instructor: Kimberly Ramberg

Level: Beginner
Make your simple and elegant dress with woven fabric; learn how to line the bodice and gather or pleat in the skirt; learn how to insert a zipper (regular or invisible zipper). We will choose materials on the first day with teacher’s guidance. (or better yet, come prepared with your fabric and ready to cut out your pattern) Take these classes over again to add to the complexity of the design.

March 21

Fashion Design 1 "Sew the Dress"

Fridays, March 21, 28 and April 4
10:00am – 12:30pm
$110 (3 sessions)
Instructor: Kimberly Ramberg

Level: Beginner
Make your simple and elegant dress with woven fabric; learn how to line the bodice and gather or pleat in the skirt; learn how to insert a zipper (regular or invisible zipper). We will choose materials on the first day with teacher’s guidance. (or better yet, come prepared with your fabric and ready to cut out your pattern) Take these classes over again to add to the complexity of the design.

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* Quilting Arts and Sewing Club Quilting Arts and Sewing Club

November 19

Quilting Arts and Sewing Club

Third Tuesday of the month
10:30am – 12:00pm
$10 (per session)
Instructor: JoLee Tarbell

Level: All
Join the club each month and be inspired to try new techniques in quilting and sewing.

November 19

Quilting Arts and Sewing Club

Third Tuesday of the month
10:30am – 12:00pm
$10 (per session)
Instructor: JoLee Tarbell

Level: All
Join the club each month and be inspired to try new techniques in quilting and sewing.

* Earth Day Zero-Waste DesigningEarth Day Zero-Waste Designing

Time: 8:03 pm

April 12

Earth Day Zero-Waste Designing

Saturdays, April 12 and 19
9:00am – 1:00pm
$120 (2 week session)
Instructor: Rosalba Valentino

Level: Intermediate
Make a dress using one entire piece of yardage. Zero-waste dress will encourage students to be aware of the potential waste involved in conventional designing and help them envision alternative ideas for their own creations. See Les Fabriques in December for an example.

April 12

Earth Day Zero-Waste Designing

Saturdays, April 12 and 19
9:00am – 1:00pm
$120 (2 week session)
Instructor: Rosalba Valentino

Level: Intermediate
Make a dress using one entire piece of yardage. Zero-waste dress will encourage students to be aware of the potential waste involved in conventional designing and help them envision alternative ideas for their own creations. See Les Fabriques in December for an example.

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* Open SewingOpen Sewing

Time: 9:54 pm

Open Sewing

Open Sewing

$10 for 1st hour - $5 each additional hour
(No instructor)

Level: Intermediate
Do you need to use our classroom space to work on a project? We offer Open Sewing whenever there isn't a class in session. Must have basic sewing skills needed for machine use. (Call store for sign-up)

Open Sewing

Open Sewing

$10 for 1st hour - $5 each additional hour
(No instructor)

Level: Intermediate
Do you need to use our classroom space to work on a project? We offer Open Sewing whenever there isn't a class in session. Must have basic sewing skills needed for machine use. (Call store for sign-up)

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* Men's Hawaiian Style ShirtMen's Hawaiian Style Shirt

Time: 3:54 pm

April 7

Men's Hawaiian Style Shirt

Mondays, April 7, 14, 21, and 28
6:00 – 8:30pm
$150 (3 week session)
Instructor: Robyn Fogler

Level: Intermediate
Make a casual shirt with a back yoke, convertible collar and buttons.

April 7

Men's Hawaiian Style Shirt

Mondays, April 7, 14, 21, and 28
6:00 – 8:30pm
$150 (3 week session)
Instructor: Robyn Fogler

Level: Intermediate
Make a casual shirt with a back yoke, convertible collar and buttons.

* Open SewingOpen Sewing

Time: 6:31 pm

Open Sewing

Open Sewing

$10 for 1st hour - $5 each additional hour
(No instructor)

Level: Intermediate
Do you need to use our classroom space to work on a project? We offer Open Sewing whenever there isn't a class in session. Must have basic sewing skills needed for machine use. (Call store for sign-up)

Open Sewing

Open Sewing

$10 for 1st hour - $5 each additional hour
(No instructor)

Level: Intermediate
Do you need to use our classroom space to work on a project? We offer Open Sewing whenever there isn't a class in session. Must have basic sewing skills needed for machine use. (Call store for sign-up)

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* Embroidery ClubEmbroidery Club

May 22

Embroidery Club

Fourth Wednesday evening of the month
6:30pm – 8:00pm
$10 per session
Instructor: Pam Gahan

Level: All
Join Pam each month for everything embroidery! Les Fabriques is the area’s exclusive Anita Good Design dealer, Pam will demo a new design, teach you how to choose the right stabilizer, or show off samples from their trunk show while you learn professional tricks of the embroidery trade.

May 22

Embroidery Club

Fourth Wednesday evening of the month
6:30pm – 8:00pm
$10 per session
Instructor: Pam Gahan

Level: All
Join Pam each month for everything embroidery! Les Fabriques is the area’s exclusive Anita Good Design dealer, Pam will demo a new design, teach you how to choose the right stabilizer, or show off samples from their trunk show while you learn professional tricks of the embroidery trade.

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* Design the DressDesign the Dress

Time: 4:47 pm

April 17

Fashion Design 1 "Design the Dress"

Thursdays, April 17, 24 and May 1
6:30pm – 9:00pm
$110 (3 week session)
Instructor: Kimberly Ramberg

Level: Beginner
Learn the basics of fashion design. Learn how drape muslin on a dress form for a simple bodice for a dress. Create your own paper pattern and write your instructions. Apply a $5 discount for signing up for the “sew the Dress” session to follow.

April 17

Fashion Design 1 "Design the Dress"

Thursdays, April 17, 24 and May 1
6:30pm – 9:00pm
$110 (3 week session)
Instructor: Kimberly Ramberg

Level: Beginner
Learn the basics of fashion design. Learn how drape muslin on a dress form for a simple bodice for a dress. Create your own paper pattern and write your instructions. Apply a $5 discount for signing up for the “sew the Dress” session to follow.

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* Open SewingOpen Sewing

Time: 9:54 pm

Open Sewing

Open Sewing

$10 for 1st hour - $5 each additional hour
(No instructor)

Level: Intermediate
Do you need to use our classroom space to work on a project? We offer Open Sewing whenever there isn't a class in session. Must have basic sewing skills needed for machine use. (Call store for sign-up)

Open Sewing

Open Sewing

$10 for 1st hour - $5 each additional hour
(No instructor)

Level: Intermediate
Do you need to use our classroom space to work on a project? We offer Open Sewing whenever there isn't a class in session. Must have basic sewing skills needed for machine use. (Call store for sign-up)

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* Men's Hawaiian Style ShirtMen's Hawaiian Style Shirt

Time: 3:54 pm

April 7

Men's Hawaiian Style Shirt

Mondays, April 7, 14, 21, and 28
6:00 – 8:30pm
$150 (3 week session)
Instructor: Robyn Fogler

Level: Intermediate
Make a casual shirt with a back yoke, convertible collar and buttons.

April 7

Men's Hawaiian Style Shirt

Mondays, April 7, 14, 21, and 28
6:00 – 8:30pm
$150 (3 week session)
Instructor: Robyn Fogler

Level: Intermediate
Make a casual shirt with a back yoke, convertible collar and buttons.

* Open SewingOpen Sewing

Time: 6:31 pm

Open Sewing

Open Sewing

$10 for 1st hour - $5 each additional hour
(No instructor)

Level: Intermediate
Do you need to use our classroom space to work on a project? We offer Open Sewing whenever there isn't a class in session. Must have basic sewing skills needed for machine use. (Call store for sign-up)

Open Sewing

Open Sewing

$10 for 1st hour - $5 each additional hour
(No instructor)

Level: Intermediate
Do you need to use our classroom space to work on a project? We offer Open Sewing whenever there isn't a class in session. Must have basic sewing skills needed for machine use. (Call store for sign-up)

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