Learn reading a pattern and new sewing techniques in Beginner Sewing 2.
May 14th & 21st
Call 919-845-8802 for more information and to register. Seating is limited.
See description below for class requirements.
May and June 2015 Class Schedule
To ensure that everyone has the best experience in our classes, please be sure to read the skill level definitions and class guidelines before registering for any classes.
All classes require students to pre-register and pay at least two weeks in advance, pick up supply sheets (or print from our website) and have supplies and basic sewing equipment ready for class, a sewing machine in good working order and basic knowledge of how to use their machines (unless otherwise stated).
SUPPLY LISTS MAY BE PRINTED FROM OUR WEBSITE:
SEE DOCUMENT LIBRARY BELOW
Please note that Basic Sewing Supply list is required for all classes, plus class-specific list.
If there are any questions, please call the store at (919)-845-8802. We look forward to seeing you soon!
May and June 2015 Classes
Basic Machine Instruction: Learn the basics of using your machine, including: threading, stitch selection & adjustment, presser feet, tension, and maintaining your machine. NOTE: this class is for any machine model that was made within the past 5 years (sorry- no old machines). Bring your machine, accessories, machine instruction manual, and note paper and pen.
Thisclass is a pre-requisite for either our Beginning Sewing 1 or 2 class.
Learn how to make a cute purse while learning basic sewing techniques. Students bring their machines and basic sewing supplies. (Basic Sewing Supply list).
Thursdays, June 11 AND 18: 6pm- 8:30pm
Cost: $85 (includes fabric kit)
Beginning Sewing 2 (Apron) (Pre-requisite: Basic Machine Instruction Class or our Beginning Sewing 1 class)
Build on the skills you learned in Beginning Sewing 1 while you make a cute apron using a pattern. (Basic Sewing Supply list)
Thursdays May 14 AND 21: 6pm- 8:30pm
Cost: $85 (includes fabric, thread, and pattern)
Brother Embroidery machine class
Do you have a Brother embroidery only machine (4x4 or 5x7) and want to learn to get the most out of the machine? This is the class for you! Bring your machine, embroidery unit, hoop, & power cord, we’ll provide the rest.
Thursday, May 28, 6pm-7:30pm OR
Thursday June 25, 6pm- 7:30pm
Class Registration Guidelines- Please Read
Class supplies are not included in the workshop fee, unless otherwise specified.Please ask for the supply list upon registration. You will receive a 10% discount on fabric and notions purchased at Sew Unique for a specific class. Registration and payment of the class fee confirms your seat in that class. For our planning purposes, and to ensure that we afford everyone the opportunity to attend a workshop, cancellations must be made at least two weeks prior to the workshop date to receive a refund, less a $5 administration fee. Class fees for cancellations made within two weeks of a class are not refundable.
Our minimum per class is 4 students. Should there be insufficient enrollment in a class resulting in a class cancellation by us, the full class fee will be refunded.
Inclement weather may cause us to to reschedule or cancel a class session. Generally, classes will be cancelled if Wake County Schools are cancelled due to weather conditions. Please call Sew Unique prior to coming to a class in the event of severe weather. Class sessions cancelled due to severe weather will be rescheduled. Please call us for the rescheduled date.
The Basic Sewing Supplies list is required for all classes, PLUS class-specific list
Make this adorable purse
in Beginner Sewing 1!
Make this cute bag in Beginner Sewing
Learn To Sew with Sew Unique!
You may register for classes in our store on Harvest Oaks Dr. (919-845-8802). Your seat in a class is confirmed with your paid registration. Please be sure to ask for a supply list when you register, or print one from the document library on this page. Skill Level Definitions Beginner: Must be able to thread sewing machine and wind bobbin. Advanced Beginner: Must have knowledge of sewing terms, be able to read a pattern, and be proficient in basic sewing machine techniques. Intermediate: Must have working knowledge of sewing machine and sewing techniques, and be able to read and follow pattern instructions without assistance. Advanced: Proficient at most sewing techniques in the subject area, and very familiar with sewing machine features and their use.