Classes are currently postponed/cancelled due to the COVID-19 Stay at home order. If your class has been cancelled you may request a refund, save as a credit, or use towards VIRTUAL CLASSES! Yes, Cut & Sew is offering virtual lessons - please contact me for more details! Private and group offerings available. You can see some of the virtual offering below. Currently however we are experiencing some issues with orders being placed online for some customers, so if you want to sign up and cannot, just shoot me an email and we will get it squared away! Catherine@cutandsewstudio.com
Our skilled instructors will guide you through a wide variety of projects, whether we pick the project, or you! Once you pick a class, don’t forget to stop at Firecracker Fabrics – our beautiful and local fabric partner shop, located right inside Cut & Sew Studio and offering all the fabrics, notions, patterns and supplies needed for class!
- All Classes
- Open Studio
Following up from the Basic Quilt Class, this series of 4 virtual sessions will teach a new next-level skill each week.
Need a little sewing therapy and help on a project? Join Brad on a Thursday evening – sign up for 1 or as many sessions as you would like! Brad’s specialty is garments and everything related to making them!
Quilt As You Go is an easy technique to learn and a great one to add to your sewing skills! Join Julie in this one-session quilting technique workshop!
Would you love to make pants but are intimidated by the fly zipper?Join Brad in a fly zipper construction workshop!
Need a little sewing therapy and help on a project? Join Julie on Wednesdays in a Virtual Sewing workshop hosted each week! Sign up for as many weeks as you like. Make it a regular weekly sewing session.
Feeling a little nervous about attempting that invisible zipper on your garment? Looking for some tips on how to improve the quality of your zipper setting? Join Brad in an invisible zipper workshop!
With just a few basic supplies from home, even you can make your very own custom gored skirt pattern!
In this technique builder class with Maeve learn how to properly make and use bias tape to finish a neckline (or any edge for that matter!). You will also learn how to use a fabric facing to finish a neckline.
The Apron Dress is a modern workwear inspired style with straps which cross over at the back. Key features include large front pockets, asymmetric side seams and a pleated opening at back which either buttons or you can use snaps.