|My favourite Coco. |
I will weap (and hopefully find fabric to make another) when this top eventually dies a death...
|Another favourite, usually worn with my red skinny jeans. |
The fabric for both tops came from Kitschycoo.
|Damn. That was another Kitschycoo fabric I couldn't resist in a late night fabric shopping spree (and no, this post is not sponsored!)|
|Sunshine Coco - made with Roma Pont from Guthrie Ghani, and, has my all time favourite sewing thing, Jumbo Ric Rac.|
When it comes to my the sewing courses I teach from my home in Bedford, I only ever choose things that I like to make myself. It won't come as a surprise, then, that when I sat down to plan out courses for the coming term, the Coco was high on my list. How could it not be? And, well... I may just need to make a new one as a sample...
There will be five places up for grabs on this course. Although the pattern is beginner friendly as a first adventure into garment making, I'd strongly recommend you have some sewing experience under your belt beforehand. This course is ideal for those who have been on my Complete Beginners' Course, and want to branch out into DIY wardrobe fun.
Alongside the Coco, I'll be bringing back the ever popular Complete Beginners' Course, and, running a second Megan dress-making course, after the success of the first one back in the spring.
Whether you're brand new to sewing, or, want to brush up and challenge yourself to start making clothing, there's hopefully something that might tempt you to join me this autumn. There'll be plenty of tea and yummy homemade cake, as usual.
Oh. And did I mention Liberty Knicker Making Workshops that will be popping up on a couple of Friday nights? How could I forget.
All the course and workshop date are here should you fancy booking yourself onto something nice to do when the nights are drawing in a bit.
Happy weekend, everyone!