What’s coming up in June…

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Hey lovely,

Can I tell you a bit about whats coming up at Bagladybird – Learn to Sew this June?

Learn to Sew A-line Skirts – Bawtry
Saturday 3rd June (10am-3.30pm) £45
This is a great skirt for summer, make it in denim or a fun cotton print for your unique made for you version. You will learn how to make pockets, apply interfacing and insert an invisible zip.
Click here for more info or to book – £15 deposit secures your place.

Learn to Sew Notebook Covers – Helm in Balby
Wednesday 7th June (7-9pm) £25 (all materials included)
Personalise your cover with some machine applique and create your handy A5 notebook cover. (Photos of samples coming soon)
Click here for more info or email me at alisonrgreer@hotmail.com to book your place.

Learn to Sew Shift Dresses (in association with Thread Mill Fabrics) – Swinton
Saturday 10th June (10am-3.30pm) £55 (all materials included)
This popular workshop is ideal for complete beginners, you can choose from a specially curated selection of fabrics from Thread Mill Fabric and make a fabulous shift dress that can be worn casual, to the office or more dressed up.
There are no zips or buttons on this dress, to keep it nice and simple to make… you will learn how to apply interfacing, sew darts and finish seams.
Click here for more info or to book – £15 deposit secures your place.

Learn to Sew 50’s Style Dresses Weekender – Austerfield
Saturday 17th & Sunday 18th June (10am-3.30pm both days) £90
Together over the 2 days we will fit and sew your very own fabulous circle skirted 50’s style dress. This workshop is suitable for beginners as full guidance will be given, and more advanced dressmakers will also take a lot away from it as we will make a toile (mock up) bodice to get the correct fit before cutting out in your actual fabric. The dress has an invisible zip and the bodice is fully lined.
Click here for more info or to book – £15 deposit secures your place.

Learn to Sew Casual Trousers in association with Oh Sew Sweet at the Hut – Wombwell
Saturday 24th June (10am-4pm) £45
Elasticated and drawstring waist with pockets and a slightly tapered leg, these trousers are great in a lightweight cotton, linen or viscose for relaxed summery vibes.
Click here for more info or call 01226 805955 to book.

Learn to Sew Kid’s Skirt and Headband – Bawtry
Friday 30th June (9.30am-3pm)
This brand new workshop is aimed at those who have never sewn before, learn how to read a pattern, use a sewing machine and you will make a cute matching skirt and headband set.
Click here for more info or to book – £15 deposit secures your place.

If you are not already a member of my lovely supportive Facebook group full of ladies like you who are just learning to sew and others who have more experience but are always happy to offer advice and share their experience, please click here to join.

Hope to see you at a workshop soon.
Alison xx

PS. Emma Gould, you are still to claim your prize from Slowdown Sunday, your apron is ready and waiting to be posted to you, just email me at alisonrgreer@hotmail.com with your address.


Bagladybird at Slowdown Sunday


I hope I’m not too late telling you about this, but I’m taking part in the Slowdown Sunday part of the Delicious Doncaster Food and Drink Festival this Sunday 14th May.

For full details and a run down of everything that’s happening on the Sunday read the Doncopolitan Blog about it here.

I will be in the Corn Exchange in Doncaster Market from 11am – 4pm hosting a free Bagladybird – Learn to Sew Kid’s Aprons Workshop. You can learn to make a kids version of the fab cross back japanese style aprons pictured below with food themed fabric supplied by SewCute Fabrics on Doncaster Market.

The adult aprons pictured below will be given away as prizes on the day, so even if you don’t want to sew on Sunday, come along to be in with a chance of winning.

Join the fun, eat the food, listen to the music and slow it right down and take it easy.

Alison xx

PS If you need any more info that’s not answered in the links above, (directions etc), just drop me an email. alisonrgreer@hotmail.com

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Amazing April! Make it happen. Only 3 spaces available.

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March has been an amazing month for Bagladybird – Learn to Sew, with lots of exciting opportunities coming my way. It has also been a strange month as my poor little Clio failed it’s MOT big time and I have been without a car since the beginning of March and that looks likely to continue for another few weeks! But I’m not complaining as the weather has mostly been fine and I have been able to make use of my lovely bicycle to get about locally. (If you see me, please don’t beep your horn!)

It’s been a fantastic month for my awesome 121 clients and we have had some great successes.

  • Jess was a complete novice and was able to replicate an old favourite dress. She said that getting 121 lessons for Christmas was the best gift ever.
  • Anna had received a lovely pattern and fabric for Christmas and she was terrified of cutting into it and not doing justice to the thoughtful gift that her daughters had given her. We worked together to fit the pattern perfectly to Anna’s body so she could confidently cut out and make up the lovely dress which would fit her comfortably.
  • Angie was fed up of feeling frumpy in ill-fitting clothes, she is an experienced seamstress but hadn’t been able to make herself anything that made her feel confident and professional, she is now part way through her booking and is happy that she is well on her way to getting a great fitting basic block that can be adapted to create a great fitting work wardrobe.

So whether you are a novice or more experienced, there is lots you can learn in private lessons with me.

  • Have you been invited to a wedding this summer and do you want to make sure that you feel amazing in a dress that nobody else is wearing?
  • Do you struggle to get a good fit from patterns and want to know how to alter a pattern to fit you?
  • Have you got a craft business and you want to up your skill level to make more money?
  • Has your body shape changed and you want to know the how to get the best fitting clothes?
  • Would you love to see your children dressed in clothes that have been designed and made by you, but you just don’t know how to start the process?
  • Have you dreamed of making your own wedding dress but need some help to make it happen?

There are a million and one reasons why you might want to book private Learn to Sew lessons with me, but the best thing about them is that they are completely tailored to you and to your creative and technical needs.

Reply to this email with your phone number to book a free 30 minute consultation with me to talk about what you would like to learn in your private lessons. I only have space for 3 new 121 clients in April, so don’t delay, do it today.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Alison xx

PS. I know that it’s important to you to know the price before you commit, so…

1.5 hour (single lesson) £50      Perfect if you need help with something specific.

4.5 hours (3 x 1.5 hour lessons) £125       You can make a simple garment in this time.

10 hours (5 x 2 hour lessons) £250       This is enough time to learn how to create a pattern from scratch, or for a total novice to make a couple of simple garments.


PPS. If group workshops are more your thing, there are still places available on April workshops. Click here for more info.

April 2017 Learn to Sew Workshops

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There’s a lot going on this April with Easter, school holiday’s and bank holiday’s so this months workshops are especially planned to try and fit in around this as best as possible! I hope you can come along to any workshop that catches your eye.

If you’ve been waiting to hear all about April’s Learn to Sew Workshops, check out what I’ve got coming up for April.

Learn to Sew Easter Bunny Pouches
Thursday 6th April – 7-9pm at Helm (DN4 8QN)
Click here for more details. Email me at: alisonrgreer@hotmail.com if you would like to book a place.

I made this... Easter Bunny pouch

Learn to Sew Pinafore Dresses
Saturday 8th April – 10am-3.30pm in Bawtry (DN10 6JD)
Click here for more details and to book your place.

I made this... Pinafore dress Jayne

Learn to Sew Bell Sleeved Blouses
Saturday 22nd April – 10am-3.30pm in Swinton (S64 8QA)
Click here for more details or to book your place.

I made this... Blouses

Learn to Sew Little Girl’s Dresses
Tuesday 25th April – 9.30am-3pm in Bawtry (DN10 6QL)
Click here for more details or to book your place.

I made this... Little Girl's Dresses

Hope to see you at a workshop soon.
Alison xx

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March 2017 Workshops


I’m spending a few days in London this week, seeing a show and seeing the sights. I’ve made myself a waterfall coat and a couple more of my favourite dungaree dresses to keep me warm and stylish while I’m there.

Would you love to be able to do the same? Whip yourself up some new clothes for a few days away or even for a special ocassion? If you’ve never sewn before or if you’ve not touched a sewing machine for years or if you would class yourself as a beginner, then all this month’s workshops are are ideal to get you started in making your own clothes. In each workshop you will learn some new tips and techniques that will help increase your sewing skills and experience level.

Wednesday 8th March (7-9pm) – Learn to Sew Storage Baskets – Helm, Balby, Doncaster (DN4 8QN)

In this quirky class you’ll learn to sew useful pretty storage baskets, that you can use on your dressing table, the kids room or hundred’s of other places around the home. You’ll leave the class with new skills, a lovely storage basket & the instructions to make it again. Learn bsaic sewing machine skills and how to apply interfacing and why we use it.
£25 (all materials included) – Click here for more info. Email me at alisonrgreer@hotmail.com to book your place.

Saturday 11th March (10am-3.30pm) – Learn to Sew Shift Dresses – St Nicholas Church Hall, Bawtry (DN10 6JD)

This is the most popular workshop I do and it is a firm favourite with me too! It’s such a great dress to wear, I used to wear one to the office (before I left the day job) and I regularly wear them now. They are easy to dress up or dress down and you can feel office smart or weekend ready depending on the fabric and how you style the shift dress. In this workshop you will learn about facings and darts.
£45 (materials not included) – Click here for more info and to pay £15 deposit to secure your place.

Saturday 18th March (10am-3.30pm) – Learn to Sew Casual Trousers – St John’s Church Hall, Swinton, Rotherham (DN10 6JD)

Fingers crossed, by this point in March, Spring will be well and truly on it’s way and these lightweight casual trousers will be just the perfect thing to wear. With a drawstring and elasticated waist and pockets they are the ultimate comfy trousers. You will learn to sew pockets and buttonholes in this workshop.
£55 (all materials included) – Click here for more info and to pay £15 deposit to secure your place.

Saturday 25th March (10am-3.30pm) – Learn to Sew Gathered Skirts – St Nicholas Church Hall, Bawtry (DN10 6JD)

This was one of the first clothing workshops I ever did. The skirts are lovely and ideal for spring and summer. In this workshop you will learn a technique for creating gathers and how to insert an invisible zip.
£45 (materials not included) – Click here for more info and to pay £15 deposit to secure your place.

Monday 27th March (9.30am-3pm) – Learn to Sew Kimono Jackets – Austerfield Study Centre, Austerfield (DN10 6RG)

These Kimono Jackets are fab for your spring wardrobe. I throw mine on as an extra layer if it’s a bit cooler and it is something that can work on a night out or as a casual jacket or as a beach cover-up. It is really versatile. You will learn abot working with different fabrics, how important the grainline is as well as how to sew French Seams.
£45 (materials not included) – Click here for more info and to pay £15 deposit to secure your place.

I look forward to seeing you at a workshop soon and to help you start to create your own wardrobe of fabulous clothes.

Alison xx

PS. There are still places left on Saturday’s Sew Your Own Project Workshop and Monday’s Learn to Sew Simple Woven Tees Workshop. Click here for more info on upcoming workshops.


Get to know your Sewing Machine – Ten Top Tips

Have you got a new sewing machine? Have you had a machine for years but are still a bit intimidated by it? Do you sew regularly but are never fully confident of your stitching?

Whether you are a novice or are a bit more experienced, I have putt together ten top tips that will help you get to know your sewing machine better and make you a better sewer!

Ten Top Tips #1

Only turn the handwheel forwards.

Turning it in the opposite direction can cause your threads to get tangled and/or snap.


Ten Top Tips #2

When putting your thread onto the machine always make sure the thread is coming off the spool in the right direction.

If on your machine, the spool lies flat then the thread should be coming from underneath. If your machine has upright spool pins, any writing on the spool should be the right way up.


Ten Top Tips #3

Use the correct needle for your fabric.

The lower the number the finer the needle, and the finer the fabric, the finer the needle you should use.


Ten Top Tips #4

Remove your thread from the machine, by unthreading your needle first and then cutting at the top near the spool and pulling from the bottom.

Whipping the thread out from the top can upset the tension discs.


Ten Top Tips #5

Understand your machine dials – read your manual

  1. Tension
  2. Needle position/stitch width
  3. Stitch Selection
  4. Stitch Length


Ten Top Tips #6

If you are having tension issues, thread the top and bottom in different colours so you can more clearly identify the issue.

If the thread is bunching up under your fabric it is an issue with your top threading.

If the thread is bunching up on the top of your fabric it is an issue with your bobbin.


Ten Top Tips #7

Change your needle regularly – you will not sew well with a blunt needle.

It is recommended that you change your needle after 8 hours of sewing, but I tend to change it at the start of every new project.


Ten Top Tips #8

Use the seam guides on the machine base to keep your sewing straight.

Your pattern should tell you what seam allowance to use, find the guideline that corresponds and keep the raw edges of the fabric level with this line.


Ten Top Tips #9

Play about with the different stitches, so you know what your machine can do.

Consult the manual.


Ten Top Tips #10

Find out what the different presser feet you have are for.

The only ones I ever use are:

  1. Regular presser foot
  2. Zip foot
  3. Invisible zip foot
  4. Automatic buttonhole foot


If you want to get to know your sewing machine or overlocker better, for £30, you can book in for a private 1 hour get to know your sewing machine lesson at my home sewing studio in January. Just click here, pay & I will be in touch to book your date and time.

Alison xx

PS. If you want more tips and advice, inspiration and support, join my Facebook Group, Learning to Sew, here.


January 2017 Workshops

I know everyone will be deep into the seasonal festivities at the minute, but I’m excited to let you all know about January’s upcoming workshops.


Sunday 8th January (10am-3.30pm) – Learn to Sew Lounge Pants – St Nicholas Church Hall, Bawtry (DN10 6JD)

This is a fantastic beginner’s workshop, you will walk away with your cosy made by you, for you Lounge Pants or Pyjama Bottoms, a unique garment that you can be proud that you made yourself. (Can be made for adults or kids.)


£45 (materials not included) – Click here for more info and to pay £15 deposit to secure your place.


Wednesday 11th January (7-9pm) – Learn to Sew Bunting – Helm, Balby, Doncaster (DN4 8QN)

In this quirky class you’ll learn to sew pretty bunting. Perfect for a party or decorating your home. You’ll leave the class with new skills, some bunting & the instructions to make it again.

£25 (all materials included) – Click here for more info. Email Rachael at ayeup@backindonny.uk to book your place.


Saturday 14th January (10am-3.30pm) – Learn to Sew Kimono Jackets – The Hub, Retford (DN22 6PA)


A favourite workshop, you will create a beautiful made by you, for you Kimono Jacket, a unique garment that you can be proud to wear.

£45 (materials not included) – Click here for more info and to pay £15 deposit to secure your place.


Saturday 21st January (10am-3.30pm) – Learn to Sew A-line Skirts – St John’s Church Hall, Swinton, Rotherham (DN10 6JD)

The workshop is suitable for beginners or those lacking in confidence or experience and I will guide you through the steps, so you will learn as you make. There is no better feeling than receiving a compliment on an outfit and being able to say that you made it yourself.


£55 (all materials included) – Click here for more info and to pay £15 deposit to secure your place.


Saturday 28th  January (10am-3.30pm) – Learn to Sew Blouses – St Nicholas Church Hall, Bawtry (DN10 6JD)

A brand new workshop, sample photos to be released soon of this on trend blouse.

£45 (materials not included) – Click here for more info and to pay £15 deposit to secure your place.


Monday 30th January (9.30am-3pm) – Learn to Sew Shift Dresses – Austerfield Study Centre, Austerfield (DN10 6RG)

The first weekday workshop is the popular Learn to Sew Shift Dresses.


£45 (materials not included) – Click here for more info and to pay £15 deposit to secure your place.

There are many more exciting things coming in the New Year, so keep a look out for details coming soon.

Alison xx

PS. If you’re not a member of my Facebook Group, Learning to Sew yet, click here to join for tips, advice, support & inspiration.

Recommendations for Fabric Shops in South Yorkshire & Retford

I am often asked where I buy my fabric from and I have promised to share the local fabric shops where I buy some of my fabrics.

I am based in Bawtry, South Yorkshire, which is a lovely little town, about 10 miles south of Doncaster, but it has no fabric shops, so my fabric shopping circles out from this point.

I do use online shops from time to time but that’s a whole different kettle of fish and I will save telling you all about my online recommendations for another day.

Here are my recommendations for fabric shops in South Yorkshire & North Nottinghamshire…

Thread Mill Fabrics in Swinton

4 Church Street, Swinton, Mexborough, S64 8QA. Tel: 01709 571684

Let me preface this by saying that I run Learn to Sew workshops in association with Thread Mill Fabrics in Swinton once a month with fabric supplied by Thread Mill and I help out in this shop one day a week, (on Thursdays). Having said all that, I love this shop and even before I had started my business I always shopped in Thread Mill Fabrics.


The shop is owned and run by Cheryl Barnes and Cheryl herself is the reason for this shop being my number one. Cheryl is so knowledgeable and experienced that whatever sewing project you are working on, she can offer you advice and support and will give you options for the best way to complete your project. There have been many times when I have popped in to pick up some thread or other bits and bobs and have ended up spending the afternoon there, leaving so inspired and motivated to get sewing again on my current project or even several new ones.

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The fabric you see when you walk into the small shop is floor to ceiling and is just the tip of the iceberg. In the back room is where Cheryl keeps all the bridal fabrics. In there is everything from sumptuous satins and chiffons to decorative brocades and lace.

This shop if definitely worth taking the time to go to the slightly out of the way location, it takes me about 40 minutes to get there. Just don’t visit on a Sunday or a Wednesday as the shop is closed and if you go on a Thursday you will get to see me!

Waltons Fabrics in Goldthorpe

47-49 Doncaster Rd, Goldthorpe, Rotherham S63 9H

Waltons Fabrics is a father/daughter team and used to have a stall on Doncaster Market, the market stall has gone now, but there is still that market kind of feel to the shop. They specialise in dancewear fabrics so if you are looking for high shine or sequinned lycra about a third of the shop is dedicated to this, but I must admit I tend to ignore it.

There are hundreds of rolls of fabric here at bargain prices, they tend to buy up end of lines from clothing manufacturers such as Jaques Vert and sell them at heavily discounted prices. There is usually a queue at the counter when I’m shopping, and the staff definitely know their stock.

SewCute Fabrics, Doncaster Market

Doncaster Market: Tuesday, Friday & Saturday

Another newish stall on Doncaster Market, SewCute Fabrics sells mainly cottons & polycottons suitable for crafts & patchwork. However each time I visit this stall the selection is expanding.


Fabric for Lounge Pants From SewCute Fabrics

The Craft Den, Sheffield

23 Loxley Road, Sheffield S6 4TE

Lynne Hunter is the brains behind the Craft Den and it is a veritable quilters paradise, with hundreds of quilting & patchworking cottons and supplies. Lynne also runs a programme of workshops from her on site studio.

Tim & Gills Fabrics, Retford Market

Retford Market: Thursday & Saturday and Melton Mowbray Market: Tuesday

A stall selling craft cottons & soft furnishing fabrics, worthy of a mention in this blog as I got my fabulous map fabric from this stall.


There are other shops in the area, but although I have visited I have not bought or used their fabric so they have not made it to my list of recommendations.

Please comment below if you have any further recommendations to share in the area.

Alison xx

Ps. Don’t forget to join my Facebook group, bringing together a supportive community of those who are new to sewing and more experienced sewers.




Wow! November has been a bit of a whirlwind at BagLadyBird!!

Wow! November has been a bit of a whirlwind at BagLadyBird!! If you’ve missed it, here’s what we’ve been up to…

It was business as usual at the Learn to Sew Woven Tees Workshop at The Hub in Retford. This fab venue is a craft shop/deli/farm shop/gallery & tourist information in Retford. It also has workshop space for artists in residence. We had some wonderful tees created and had heaps of giggles and fun while we were at it!


Next up we were at a brand new venue in Bawtry, the Methodist Church Hall for a brand new workshop too, this was the first ever workshop where we were working with jersey. Some lovely new ladies joined us and made tee dresses. Lovely and casual and so easy to wear.


I had the opportunity to go on at talk show on Doncaster’s community radio station Sine FM. I was on the #Doncasterisgreat show with Andrew Isaacs and we talked about my sewing machine collection/obsession as well as the upcoming Crafternoon that I am holding in aid of Mind at Helm on Sunday 4th December (11am-12.30pm).


At the Crafternoon I will be showing everyone who joins us how to make the origami star Christmas decorations that I decorated our tree with last year. When I also taught my old team to create the origami stars and we decorated my old office creating a winter wonderland of origami stars and snowflakes made from white photocopier paper! Not sure how popular I was with the print room last Christmas!


If you would like to join us on Sunday (£10 suggested donation) please email Rachael at ayeup@backindonny.uk to book your place.  Drinks & cakes & mince pie are provided and festive jumpers are a must!

Then to start the festive season off right we had a wonderful Learn to Sew Christmas Stockings workshop at Helm, this was the busiest workshop so far but I always love these taster workshops that I hold at Helm as it allows people to get all creative when they are decorating their makes. There were some awesome Christmas Stockings created. You can watch a video we made at the event here.

Another lovely shift dresses workshop in Swinton. At the workshops in Swinton the fabric is included in the price and is chosen from a specially curated selection of fabrics provided by Thread Mill Fabrics in Swinton. This workshop is always popular and we had some beautiful shift dresses made at this one.

The last workshop of the month was the very first Learn to Sew Your Own Project Workshop at St Nicholas Church Hall in Bawtry. Five ladies came together to work on their own projects. Two of them had already started and had reached a tricky bit that they needed help with, another lady had brought a brand new project to start and the other 2 ladies decided that they wanted to make my shift dress. We all had a wonderful time and I can’t wait to see what the next sew your own project workshop brings!!! (More info here.)

In November I also launched Bagladybird – Learn to Sew Gift Vouchers and Get to know your Sewing Machine (or overlocker) 1 to 1 lessons (£30 for 1 hour in my home sewing studio).


If you would like to learn more about anything above, please get in touch through Facebook or on 07957 437001.

Alison xx

Ps. Join my Learning to Sew Facebook group for a lovely supportive community of people, who want to learn to sew or who love to sew, for exclusive content as well as friendly help, advice & inspiration.

I just need to touch…

Kimono Jackets at Swinton, Rotherham on Sew Saturday (15th October 2016), held in the newly modernised St John’s Methodist Church.


Sew Saturday is a campaign run by Sew Magazine to encourage their readers to get out and experience bricks and mortar shops for that unparalleled fabric shopping experience. I have written about this before, how shopping online for fabric cannot be fully satisfying as buying fabrics is such a tactile experience, you just need to touch them!

I believe the opposite of that rhyme that kids say: You see with your eyes and not with your hands! Unless I have experienced how something feels, I have not truly seen it! And it doesn’t stop with fabric shopping. This impulse has even got me into trouble when out and about with Gary. We had gone to the Hepworth Gallery in Wakefield, I can’t remember what the exhibition was, but there was a 3D printer. It was printing teapots and teapot lids, they were piling up on the floor as the printer printed more and more. I just had to know what they felt like – I had never seen 3D printing before! So I bent down, reached out and touched one. It felt like plastic. But as I touched it, the teapot lid fell to the floor and the sound echoed around the quiet gallery. I picked it up, only to drop it again. At this point the security guard was heading determinedly towards us before I completely wrecked the exhibit and Gary swiftly ushered me to the gift shop, where I was free to touch the merchandise as much as I wanted.

Anyway, needless to say I like fabric shopping in real shops, where I can touch and feel the fabric before choosing what I want to buy and Sew Saturday is a champion of real fabric shops. I decided that BagLadyBird should be involved in this movement as my workshops encourage people to get out from behind their computer screens and venture into the real world and learn skills from a real life person rather than a YouTube tutorial.


My workshops are always welcoming and the door is always open in the various venues I use, but as it was extra special Sew Saturday, we threw the doors wide open and invited anyone who was passing to pop in and have a look at what we were doing. We had a steady trickle of people pop in throughout the day to learn some more about my Learn to Sew Workshops.

I carefully curate a selection of fabrics supplied by Thread Mill Fabrics (just around the corner from the venue) based on the garment, season and the workshop participants. Many of my workshoppers are repeat customers and I quickly build up a knowledge of their taste and style, which allows me to select a variety of options, which leaves them in a dilemma of what to choose to use on the day. They are of course welcome to buy the fabric to make this or other projects at home. Clearly I have caressed all these fabrics as part of my selection process!


Kimono Jackets is a great project and I love the finished garment. It is so wearable and I often throw mine on with jeans and a simple tee, some statement jewellery and heels and it’s a fantastic evening look.

Within my workshops there are sometimes a few more challenging parts to help you skills increase which make the finished garment that much sweeter and all the ladies love their Kimono Jackets.

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April said: Thank you so much for the help with my jacket. I love it and I can’t wait to show it off at work next week! X

If you would like to join us for any of the upcoming workshops, check out the upcoming events here.

Alison xx

PS: If you haven’t joined the Learning to Sew Facebook Group yet, you can join up here for extra content, support, inspiration and advice.

*Photos: DN4 Photography