The Maker's Atelier -Utility Jacket - 12th & 13th August 2019
THE MAKER'S ATELIER
Frances Tobin started The Maker’s Atelier because she loves designing and making clothes. Frances was taught dressmaking by her mother, and it's been her passion ever since. After training as a fashion and textiles designer, Frances went on to work for many leading brands in Italy, the US and the UK and still makes most of her own clothes.
The patterns Frances has created for The Maker's Atelier are influenced by current fashion trends. Taking key shapes and refineing them on the premise that the simplest shapes, in beautiful fabrics, make the most successful clothes.
I will be runing a series of workshops using The Maker's Atelier patterns, the workshops price will include the Utility Jacket pattern
THE UTILITY JACKET
The clean lines of this Utility Jacket capture this season's smarter casual mood.
Details include deep cuffs and hem with integrated pockets. The back is subtly shaped with the slide adjusters.
What You Need To Bring : The Sewing Room is fully equipped with Janome Sewing Machines and Overlockers as well as all the tools you need to complete your project. You are very welcome to bring your own machine and sewing box if you wish.
Materials Needed : To make the Utility Jacket you will need 2.1m of 150cm wide fabric, 5 large or 8 medium snap fastners, 1 or 2 slide buckles for the back & matching thread
Bring along your own materials or purchase from Bloomsbury Square Fabrics which is next to the Sewing Room. If you are buying fabrics on the day please contact Victoria to make an appointment. Alternatively order fabric in advance, have it sent to you or collect on the day of the class.
Venue: The Midhurst Sewing Room
Date: Monday 12th & Tuesday 13th August 2019
Workshop Start/End time: 10am - 5pm
Workshop Duration: 2 days
Workshop Tutor: Claire Tyler