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Sun and Sew: Robe/Kimono

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Ages

Adult

Dates

Sun, Aug 8, 2021 - Aug 8, 2021

Time

12:00pm - 3:00pm EDT

Capacity

12 students


Class Experience

Come join us for our Sunday Summer Sewing class where you will learn to different techniques to make this fashionable Robe/Kimono. This Class is intermediate level and one must have basic sewing knowledge i.e. (machine basics, straight, and zig zag stitch). All materials are include in the price!


How To Participate

Attend class via Zoom video

This class will be hosted on Zoom video conferencing platform. You will receive an email 30 minutes before class starts with a link to the class and access instructions. We recommend you make sure your device is up to date and meets all system requirements before class.

Reviews

5.0 out of 5

Based on 2 activity ratings

Valerie L.

Aug 12, 2021

Loved:

Step by step process. Listening skills of the instructor and her ability to give focused attention to each participant.

Improvements:

The pattern should clearly state the sizing is based on creatively having a kimono which does not meet in the front of the body but half way the vertical bust area. Multiple individuals had to upscale their pattern which impacted their ability to finish the garment in the allocated time.

Sun and Sew: Robe/Kimono
Location: Online

Stephanie S.

Aug 11, 2021

Loved:

I loved the project we were making and the fact they sent us the material ahead of time. The instructor was great also, it was nice that she had each of us introduce ourselves. Dang! I forgot the name already (Katresa?) was very good at instructing and then being patient, helping us through step by step when some of us hit what we considered a hard spot! Loved it! And they scheduled enough time for some of us to complete the project.

Improvements:

It would have been nice to be able to pick the fabric or at least the color scheme.

Sun and Sew: Robe/Kimono
Location: Online

Reviews for Sew Creative Lounge - DC

4.9 out of 5

Based on 112 provider ratings

Joyce H.

Sep 16, 2021

Loved:

(1) The instructing style of Ms. Tisha Thorne; (2) the camaraderie of the group; (3) the knowledge, skills, tools, ideas, innovations, workarounds suggested by members of the group, instructors, and co-sewists alike. It is truely a sewing community where the members share. This is my new "Happy Place"!

Improvements:

Eliminating COVID so we can congregate together.

Sew Much Soul Open Studio
Location: Online

Margaret A.

Sep 15, 2021

Loved:

Clear instruction and patience

Improvements:

I had the understanding that the class would be on Thursday. Therefore I missed half the class. But I am grateful that they had it. I cannot watch the replay because I did not purchase the ability to do so.

Make Up Bag Q&A
Location: Online

Moneta H.

Sep 15, 2021

Loved:

I started the bag at the conference on Sat. I got lost during the process because of a machine malfunction. I was able to complete it on Tues.

Improvements:

Written instructions.

Make Up Bag Q&A
Location: Online

About Sew Creative Lounge - DC

Cecily Habimana and Tisha Thorne met by chance in the hallway of a new building they both moved into back in 2006. They soon realized that they both had a passion for sewing.

The pair noticed that there really weren’t many places where people could take sewing classes, even though there was clearly a demand for it. So, they decided to fill that void and launch Sip and Sew DC, a three-hour workshop that teaches participants how to sew and complete a project such as a clutch, pants or skirt.

The response was overwhelming with many of the classes selling out from 2014-2016. Hosting pop-up classes was a lot of work and Cecily and Tisha’s husbands eventually urged the pair to find their own space. It was from their recommendation that pushed them to open Sew Creative Lounge in Mt. Rainier, MD.

Today Sew Creative Lounge teaches children and adult sewing classes and hosts summer camp at their home studio and satellite studio in Chicago. They also partner with various elementary schools throughout the DC metropolitan area including Yu Ying Public Charter School, Creative Minds Public Charter School, Center City Public Charter School and the Burke School. In response to the pandemic, Cecily and Tisha opened up an online store and began designing their own collection of fabrics. They excited about their work and are always eager to work with their students.