Riding Hood Poncho - Sunday November 25th - Weekend

Fabric Crush

This multi-use poncho can be made in a variety of fabrics to suit your different needs. With two layers of fleece, it’s a perfect poncho for the car. It will keep your precious warm and safe. Sew one up using Soft Shell, PUL or nylon and you have a unique rain poncho! You can also make it with a fashion fabric to wear on cooler days.
Instructions are included for many options including: zipper or snap front closure, snapped wrists and front pockets and it also has a tutorial for shortening zippers.

Age: 6months to 8 years old

Free pattern can be found here

Instructor - Tanya H

Skill level - Beginner - Intermediate

This class will not cover basic sewing machine operation (such as threading a needle, how to pivot corners, reverse stitching, etc.) Students should be able to do these without assistance.

When — Sunday November 25th, 1 pm - 5 pm

Where - 3290 Shea Rd., Richmond, Ontario

Supplies (students save 10% on fabric purchases, please contact us to get your discount) 

 About instructor - 

Tanya is an avid crafter and hobbyist who has been stitching since her grandmother first taught her to hand sew pillow covers as a little girl. A community volunteer and stay-at-home mother to four young boys, she has learned that sewing is as useful as it is enjoyable, and she has spent hundreds of hours sharing that joy by teaching others basic sewing skills.

Instructor will be in contact closer to date.

***We ask that you bring your own machine and make sure it is in working order. Please note if you do not have a machine that is ok but please make note when checking out so we can reserve one for you.***

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