Workshop: Denim - $60 - March 26 & April 2, 2018 w/ Miranda Rupkey
March 26 & April 2, 2018
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
This is a 2-day workshop focusing on the use and re-purposing of denim. Students will learn how to revamp their old jeans by turning them into cut offs and adding denim patches. Students will learn how to maximize their fabric by taking scraps and creating completely new projects such as a tote bag. Ultimately, students will become more comfortable working with denim fabric and learning how to best redesign denim pieces. The class will move according to each students' ability with much help from your instructor.
The class requires you to have basic sewing skills.
*** 2-week course, meeting 2x for 2.5 hours each class. Total course cost is $60.00.
Total of 6 max available students per class.
The total price for the course $60 (Our online store format does not allow us to turn off sales tax for individual listings, so we have to take off the automatically added tax for the listing price). Also, supplies are not included in the price of the course. You are responsible for bringing your own sewing machine and supplies. Please make sure your sewing machine is in working order, since we do not have machines for rent.
Please read the full description and confirm the dates before signing up for the course. In the event that you must cancel, we accept cancellations up to one week before the start date of the class and you will receive a refund of 70% of the price of the course. After this time, you forfeit the cost of the class.
Once payment is accepted, you will receive an email with further instructions before the beginning of the course. Also your instructor will send you a list of needed supplies at least 5 days prior to the beginning of the course. The email will be sent to the address associated with your PayPal account.
Miranda is currently at the University of Georgia studying fabric design. She enjoys all forms of art such as painting, weaving, and sewing and loves watching all of these art forms come together. She believes sustainability is important and is excited to teach others how to repurpose and reuse materials to make trendy, fashionable items!