*Sorry, in-person classes are currently closed while I relocate*
in-studio sewing classes
Join 3-5 fellow sewists in a half, or full day sewing class held in my Glengarry dressmaking studio. Some in-person classes are enhanced with access to a corresponding video learning class and project pattern.
You must agree to the class policies to participate in Delska group sessions.
Current classes include:
Tailoring 201: Fit & sew a pair of pants (July 29th)
Crafting 101: Scottish fringe knot-work (September 16th)
Future classes may include...
Dress Patterning 201: Learn to draft and drape a fitted pencil skirt
Dress Patterning & Sewing 101: Learn to draft and sew an open-hip skirt (circle & gathered)
Dress Patterning 301: Drafting, draping & fitting a basic sleeveless bodice
Dress Patterning 301: Modifying the sloper for unique designs (moving darts and style lines)
Tailoring Skills 301: Fit and sew a vest using traditional tailoring techniques
Tailoring Skills 401: Fit and sew a winter jacket using traditional tailoring techniques
Sewing 101: Sew beginner-friendly pj/lounge pants
Sewing 101: Sew a beginner-friendly apron
Dress Sewing 101: Sew a beginner-friendly half circle skirt
Dress Sewing 201: Sew a basic pencil skirt
Dress Sewing 301: Sew a fitted sleeveless dress
Hand Sewing Basics: A "cottagecore" afternoon learning handsewing stitches in the garden
Corset Making 401: Fit and sew a modern underbust corset
See a class you love that's not currently being offered? Let me know so I'm aware there's interest!
private mentorship & project coaching
Private coaching is for those looking for sewing classes with individual personalized attention. Mentorship sessions can be based around the above class lists, or following the construction of a garment of your choice. They can be offered for individuals or private groups. Currently available in-studio and over video call starting at $50/hr. Inquire for individual and group rates.
Patterning For Fashion Design: Lessons From History
Discover the magic behind the creation of some of history’s most iconic fashion silhouettes. This talk will connect you to the craftspeople of the past, introducing you to the techniques used to produce some of history’s most recognizable garments. Home sewists will learn how the historical skills of pattern drafting and draping can be applied to create a modern wearable wardrobe.
*No 2023/24 dates yet scheduled*
Glengarry Pioneer Museum (Dunvegan)- July 23rd, 2022 at Stitch in Time Event
Vankleek Hill- October 23, 2022 at 2pm (Tickets must be purchased in advance at Indigo Hill)
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