July 9 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm$85.00
Have you ever wanted to learn how to make your own zippered bag? We’ll be using the material on hand to make a simple zippered bag. You’ll learn how to use the serger to sew and cut seams at the same time.
You’ll get up to speed on our Juki industrial sewing machine and cover serger basics in this introductory workshop.
What you’ll learn:
Attendees will learn how to identify machine components, thread needles, adjust stitch settings, change or replace bobbins, apply relevant terminology, troubleshoot and gather simple ideas for new sewing projects.
This certification is an overview of sewing machine usage and does not cover design-related instruction.
*No prior sewing machine knowledge is required.
About the Instructor:
Jasmin Zorlu has been using the sewing machine since the age of 11. She has a degree from the Fashion Institute of Technology and a professional background as an Accessory Designer. She has been teaching hat making workshops for 21 years. At the Parsons School of Design, she taught hat making to fashion students as an adjunct Professor for 3.5 years. She promises to infuse you with passion for sewing!