Do you have a favorite shirt that you've ripped? Does the zipper on your pants not work anymore?
Instead of ditching it for a new one, learn to fix it in this hands on class all about sewing! In this class instructors Ongeleigh Underworod and Bailey Walton will take you through five basics of sewing: sewing a button, sewing a zipper, hem lines, how to fix seam rips and patching. Everyone will practice these sewing basics on scrap fabric, but participants are welcome to bring any clothes they'd like to learn how to fix.
Supplies: Everyone needs to bring their own sewing machine with the accompanying foots. Additonal supplies will be provided.
About the teachers:
Ongeleigh Underwood is the former owner of Temperate Clothing, a Chattanooga based independent womenswear line established 2013-2018. Everything from design conception, patternmaking, sampling, dyeing and manufacturing happened under one roof. Ongeleigh's passion for sewing and designing clothing goes back to her childhood when her grandmother taught her about both the joy and discipline necessary to make clothing.
Bailey Walton is a Chattanooga based interior designer with a lifelong love of design, textiles, and handcrafts. She has been sewing since she was a young girl and has continued to sew for fun and business over the years. in 2015, Bailey founded a successful Etsy business sewing quilts and apparel for babies and young children.