Time to get sewing in Boulder

June 3, 2017 by  

A class will soon be held in Boulder that will equip those who take part with skills they can use to create an item of clothing all on their own.

Fabricate will be hosting a workshop where the attendees will learn how to sew their own Esme tunic. The pattern was developed by designer Lotta Jansdotter, and according to the event’s listing, it was selected because it is a good choice of project for someone who is new to sewing, and they felt that it is also stylish and versatile.

Those who attend the class will be taught an assortment of sewing techniques, including adding darts, reading and using a commercial pattern, and also how to ease in sleeves on a garment. The participants will be able to choose from either three quarter length or cap sleeves, and will be able to wear what they create. They will also be given advice about fabric choice and more. A company that provides printing services will be able to create manuals that provide more information and other handouts to give to each person who takes part in a class such as this.

The workshop will take place in Fabricate, which is located at 2017 17th Street in Boulder. The ticket price has been set at $45.00 each, and more information can be found by visiting the shop’s website.