In late February I took a trip to see my dad in Guatemala; he is staying at a home called Hermanitas de los Ancianos Desamparados and while I was there it was brought to my attention that they were in need of new bibs so I decided to take on the job to create and donate new bibs for the home. I bought enough fabric to make about 25 bibs and I need help making them. They are very simple to make as the only sewing required is sewing on the bias tape to the edges.
This is a great way to learn how to sew a straight line for beginners and get familiar and comfortable with using a sewing machine.
A fee of $10 is required to secure your spot (only 9 spots available and 6 spots left) and to contribute to the material costs and the cost for shipping the bibs.
Food and refreshments will be served 🙂
Class Level: Beginner (no experience necessary) to Advanced
- When: Tuesday July 14th, 2015
- Where: Singer Sewing Store 4914 W Irving Park Rd, Chicago, IL 60641
- Time: 6:30pm – 8:30pm
- See calendar for more information
- 6:30pm-7pm – Sewing instructions
- 7pm- 8pm – Sew on the bias tape
- 8-8:30pm – Eat and socialize