NEW! Spring term 4 week sewing class
in Pitlochry, Highland Perthshire
with Ruth Morris of Roobedo.
Thursday nights 7-9pm
17th May, 24th, 31st, 7th June 2018
From recycled fabrics learn sewing techniques and tips and go away a more confident sewer with a fantastic bag to boot!
This class is run in association with the Pitlochry & District Adult Education Association.
Booking essential – places are limited to 8 – contact Ruth by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You will be using donated Glenlyon coffee sacks and recycled car seat belts from Perth Auto Recyclers to create your very own fully lined and beautifully finished messenger bag. Simply bring along a sewing kit and a sewing machine, if you have one!
Ruth has been teaching sewing for over 15 years and runs regular sewing workshops with upcycling in mind – keep an eye out for future events and email for more information:- email@example.com
Ruth has been running evening classes with the Pitlochry AEA for over 6 years, and she has been teaching sewing for over 20 years. The theme of her Pitlochry classes is all about re-using and recycling fabrics to create beautifully made items. She provides manageable bite-size projects that enable you to get creative, learn the basics of sewing, master your sewing machine and be introduced to new sewing techniques and learn new skills. There is also an opportunity to share ideas and methods. Suitable for all levels of sewing, from complete beginner to the competent sewer who wants to work among a group of like-minded creative people.
Projects included in Ruth’s courses over the years have included making ties, mittens, purses, bags, skirts, tunics, cushions, lavender bags, rice filled handwarmers, bunting and strings of hearts, covered books, hot water bottle covers, tote bags, hobo bags, PJ’s etc.