This workshop utilises the existing construction of a gentleman’s tailored jacket allowing you the opportunity to make a unique bag incorporating the jacket’s characteristics.
You will need to bring a de-constructed gentleman’s jacket (minimum size – ‘Large’). You will have already removed the lining, and unpicked the two side seams and sleeves, so that you have a separate back piece, two separate sides and two opened-out sleeves. This then needs to be machine-washed at 30C. The jacket fabric should be tweed, corduroy or needlecord. Charity shops can be a great source of high-quality jackets if you don’t already have one at home.
If you have any questions about this, please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll be happy to provide advice.
All other materials will be provided.
Tea and coffee is provided and lunch is available from the newly refurbished Fulbeck Craft Centre café.
In addition to the de-constructed jacket, you will need to bring your own sewing machine. If this is a problem, please contact me at email@example.com.
This is a great opportunity to create a really funky and recycled unisex accessory and enjoy a fun day out with like-minded makers.
PS. I made one for my husband and he loves it so much he uses it every day!
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