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Coat Making -The Kelly Anorak

January 6, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 9:15 pm

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An event every week that begins at 6:00 pm on Monday, repeating until February 10, 2020

£100.00 – £180.00

So excited to bring this work shop to you- I’ve wanted to schedule this as our winter coat making for the past two years

The Kelly Anorak has a classic shape with a modern cut, this styled lined shape coat is the perfect choice for transitional weather. Whilst Kelly can be made as an unlined coat, we felt that our traditional winter coat making season could extend the skills of some of our Sewists if they wished, so we are aiming to insert a cosy quilted lined inner.

The coat features a two-piece cuffed sleeve, optional drawstring waist, gusseted flap pocket and a zipper placket with snap buttons. Opt to make version A with three-piece hood or View B stand up collar

Techniques involved include sewing a straight seam, setting sleeves, attaching a collar or hood, and inserting a lining, top stitching inserting grommets and quilted lining.

This workshop will run over 6 consecutive Monday evenings …NB you will be required to complete some homework consisting of straight seam sewing in between sessions.

WEEK 1

Pattern layout and cutting of outer fabric, lining ( pre-quilted) and interfacings

WEEK 2

In week 2 we will be making a start on constructing our front and back yolks and pockets

WEEK 3

We’re rocking now! week 3 will see our coats take shape with shoulder and side seams sewn. Working on the drawstring casing and inserting eyelets; along with the hood or construction

WEEK 4

On the homeward stretch now in week 4 . this week will see our sleeves go in with those awesome cuffs, and that Zip !

WEEK 5

Penultimate week is focused on lining and facings along with any mop up areas that we may need

WEEK 6

Here we are week 6  this week will see our lining and facings being attached to our coat – turning through and finishing techniques to complete an awesome make!

 

WHO’S IT FOR

Sewists who are a confident beginner/intermediate sewer e.g- have a number of garments under their belts

Understand basic garment construction

Sewists who can read a pattern

Those who’d love to make a coat but feel it too bigger project to undertake on their own

Those who wish to develop their skills and techniques

Anyone who like being a Sewcial Sewer

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

Pattern placement

Working with technical fabrics

Interfacing for structure

Constructing and placement of gusseted pockets

Adding a lining

Constructing a two-piece sleeve with cuffs

Inserting facings and zipper

Constructing a three-piece hood or stand up collar

 

WHAT YOU WILL NEED

Main Body:

2 3- 3.2 mtrs of light to Medium weight woven fabrics…twill, cotton canvas, denim, gaberdine or soft shell. Fabrics such as denim, twill and canvas are also suitable for a lightweight spring or fall jacket. We are happy to advice on quantity and types

Lining: 2- 2.5mtrs of Dress Linings, Silk, Rayon’s, cotton lawn.

Interlining ( optional) 2m

Interfacing: 1mtr of fusible woven interfacing.

24″ open end zipper – size 0-4

26” open end zipper- 6-20

1.3m draw string

Grommets/eyelets 6-7mm

 

WHAT’S INCLUDED

Pattern worth £18.00

Full use of the studio sewing machines

Expert Tuition from Amanda Wyatt

Lots of tea/coffee and a yummy slice of cake!

COST £180.00

 

There is a deposit payment option to help spread the coat – all payments to be made in full the week be for the start of the class

Details

Date:
January 6, 2020
Time:
6:00 pm - 9:15 pm
Cost:
£100.00 – £180.00
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Organiser

Amanda Wyatt

Venue

The Sewcial Studio
80 Watling St
Tamworth, Staffordshire B77 5BJ United Kingdom
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