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Description

Get to know your sewing machine at our Beginners Workshop.

A complete introduction to sewing on a machine.
We will cover threading, overview of stitches, and basic maintenance.

There will be lots of time for you to practice and build your confidence before we start our project to make a tote bag.
Walk away with a reusable shopping bag and lots of inspiration to use your new skills!

All materials are included in this 3hr workshop, and small group sizes mean you get loads of personal tuition.

All materials, tools and refreshments are provided.

How do I get to you by Public Transport?

Worcester Park station is in zone 4 and trains run direct from Waterloo and Epsom. The 213 Bus
stops directly outside and runs from Sutton and Kingston.

​How do I get to you by car?

Worcester Park is just off the A3 giving easy access from both London and the M25. The roads off Worcester Park high street have no parking restrictions.


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What you need

Equipment: All materials and equipment will be provided, along with light refreshments

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Next class

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Cancellation Policy

You may cancel this booking up to 5 days and 0 hours in advance.


Did you know?

Women's buttons are on the left side of garments because when button garments first came to be, only women with servants could afford to wear them. They were sewn on the left side to make it easier for servants to help these wealthy women dress.


Find your way there


42 Central Road, Worcester Park, UK


The Host


Since completing her degree in costume at London College of Fashion in 2001, Rachel worked freelance in the film and events industries for many years. She is always studying new crafts and loves to share this creative journey. Rachel has been teaching crafts since 2010 and opened her own studio 'Craft My Day' last year.

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