Sewing Workshop: Choice of ‘Sewing For Beginners’ or ‘Sewing Foundations’ for £24 at Venn School of Sewing (Up to 60% Off)
- Sewing, craft, and design school
- Also tailoring service
- Close to Ninian Park rail station and Cardiff City Stadium
- Choice of 10am-4pm course
- Sewing machine for beginners, learning to use a sewing machine with seam and hem samples, with an item to take home
- Sewing foundation class to make a top or skirt
- Or Roman blinds creation class
- Up-cycle craft class to make item out of recyclable materials
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required online via http://grouponbookings.co.uk/venn-tailoring. 72-hour cancellation policy. Valid 10am-4pm. Fixed dates: 1st Sunday - beginners, 2nd - up-cycling, 3rd - garment making, 4th - roman blinds. Weekday class to be confirmed upon booking. Must be 16 or older. All equipment and materials provided. Blinds course excludes track system. Original value based on most expensive option. Original values verified 10 July 2012 at 2.46pm.
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It is well known that tailors don’t take well to teasing, as they’re always getting stitched up. Darn, don’t damn with today’s Groupon: £24 for a choice of sewing course at Venn School of Sewing.
Helping the thread through the eye of the needle, Venn teach their own school of sewing, craft, and design alongside their tailoring services. From modifying glad-rags, Venn School of Sewing offers classes ranging from fashion illustration to pattern cutting. Pinning its cushion close to Cardiff City Stadium and Ninian Park rail station, lessons start from the basics of sewing all the way through to advance alterations.
With four courses to choose from, students can stich six hours of learning with classes running on a Tuesday or Sunday. The ‘Sewing Machine for Beginners’ workshop will guide newbies through the basics of using a sewing machine, with a sample of seams and hems to get to grips with, as well as an item to take home. A garment, such as a skirt or top, can be made to take home in the ‘Sewing Foundations’ workshop, and recyclable materials can create a piece in the ‘Up-Cycle’ craft class. Alternatively, home-wear can enjoy an addition in the ‘Roman Blinds’ workshop, where fancy window coverings can be concocted.