Learn to Sew with Karen Katin of Stitchery

In this introductory class, learn how to use a sewing machine. Thread the machine, wind a bobbin, learn what the buttons and accessories do, understand seam allowance, fabric types, and the basic tools needed to get started. Complete a keychain that you sew yourself by the end of class! All materials are provided. Information learned in class can be easily applied to any make/model of machine you may have at home.
 

Free and open to adults of all ages. Registration is required.

About Karen Katin of Stitchery:

Karen Katin has been sewing her entire life—starting at age 5 and never stopping. She first worked as a research scientist, earned a Masters in Education from William and Mary, taught high school Biology, and after having children, spent seven years on Etsy and the artisan fair circuit as Dancing Threads RI selling handmade bags and accessories. She opened Stitchery in Portsmouth, RI, in February 2017 as a studio space offering a wide range of needle arts classes. In addition to a full schedule of studio classes, she also teaches sewing workshops at libraries around the state.  

Sponsored by the Friends of Barrington Public Library. 

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Residential Properties Meeting Room (Second Floor)
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