Come join us in the Santa Cruz Mountains for an incredible beginner friendly workshop! Seriously, no experience necessary! We will enjoy a fun and relaxing evening together, sewing yourself a super cozy, flannel cowl scarf.
A flannel cowl, also called an infinity scarf, is the perfect fall and winter accessory. Throw it on in the morning for school drop off or on your way to work, then just take it off and throw it in your bag or car when the day warms up. These also make great gifts, and it happens to be the perfect time of year for thinking about gifts!
Plus, you can learn to sew one with absolutely no sewing experience!
When you arrive for our evening of sewing, I will have your chosen fabric prewashed, and sewing machines and all notions, tools and supplies ready for you. All you need to do is show up ready to learn a new skill and have some fun! We will also be enjoying dessert and tasty drinks as we sew, take some time for ourselves, and have fun with new friends.
This workshop is limited to 6 students so that I can give you all the help and attention you deserve, whatever your experience level.
The class will run from 7-10 pm (but we will all probably be done earlier)
To sign up, simply choose your fabric, add to cart and check out! I will send you a follow up email with my address and more details about the amazing evening we will spend together. If you have any questions at any time, please send me an email at email@example.com and I would be happy to help answer them.
Fabric options in order of the fabric images:
Gray Shetland Flannel
Ocean Shetland Flannel
Denim Shetland Flannel
Redwood Shetland Flannel
Striped Taos Flannel
Gray Mammoth Flannel
Red Mammoth Flannel
Red Tahoe Flannel
At this time the Maker Mountain Fabrics studio is not wheelchair accessible. I do hope to be able to make it so in the future, but currently there is 20 feet of uneven dirt to cross from the driveway to the studio.
If you have any special accessibility needs or concerns, please get in touch with me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I would love to discuss them and if possible, come up with a plan to make this workshop accessible to you.