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1 - 100 Guest(s)
A Great Intro to Sewing Machine Use
This introductory sewing class is our most basic class for those wanting to learn how to use a sewing machine. This 2 hour workshop will get you comfortable threading a machine, winding a bobbin, and using a machine to make basic straight or zig zag stitches. We will also discuss useful tools in home sewing. You’ll walk away from this class with cloth napkins made by you and lots of practical knowledge!
For this class the student provides:
1/2 yard of a light weight, woven cotton pre-washed, pre-shrunk
**Note: Classes may be cancelled due to low enrollment. Cannot be cancelled for refund or transferred 48 hours or less prior to class.
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Owl & Thistle General Store is a modern take on an old-fashioned concept of a community Owl and Thistle Generaloriented store offering a wide variety of products and classes under a single roof.
Nestled in the heart of Crown Heights, Brooklyn, Owl & Thistle scours the globe as well as our own backyard to bring unique items to Brooklyn. From locally made dresses (some actually sewn in store) and Brooklyn made chocolates, to organic soaps and play dough, we strive to provide sustainable goods at fair prices. A variety of classes in sewing, soap making, leather working, knitting and more are taught on-site to further our commitment to hand-made goods.
Keri CavinaughThe proprietress, Keri Cavanaugh, is well acquainted with local products and fair trade. A long time independent clothing designer, seamstress and former Peace Corps Volunteer, she brings her love of practical yet beautiful things for yourself or gifts to Owl & Thistle General Store. The ever-changing and carefully selected items are also informed by her MA in Museum Studies at FIT and working as the Manager of Traveling Exhibitions at the American Museum of Natural History. You can be assured she will bring a collection of carefully chosen products that cater to all members of the community.