Hand Sewing: Make an Apron

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What’s it all about?

This is an introduction to the ultimate therapeutic past time – slow sewing.

Hand sewing is an easy way to fit creativity into daily life. Instead of going and hiding in the sewing room, hand sewing can be done almost anywhere at any time.

In this workshop we will learn to sew by hand and then polish the skill by creating a simple but beautiful apron.

What will we cover?

  1. Introduction to the slow sewing movement
  2. Learn four basic hand stitches: running stitch, back stitch, cretan stitch and chain stitch
  3. Learn how to create an apron with the hand stitches learned.

Who will be teaching?

Clara Chan profile pictureClara Chan, is a freelance fashion designer, product developer, pattern maker and supply chain consultant. She worked as development and production manager for Australian label “Bebe By Minihaha” for 8 years and as fashion designer for “Raphael” for 6 years. She also has years of overseas working experience.
With more than 20 years of experience in the fashion industry, the love of hand sewing is always her passion. You can find out more on her websiteFacebook or Instagram.