Fabricate's version of the classic cross-back apron is a Japanese-inspired smock that's a one-size-fits-most garment. Learn to sew sturdy straps, facings, pockets, and mitered corners. Choose to bring your own sewing machine or use ours. Materials: 1.5 yards of 45"/1 yd 60" linen denim or canvas* Coordinating thread Sharp dressmaker scissors (if you have them) *prewash and dry your fabric before […]
This version of the Toaster Sweater Pattern is a close fitting, semi-cropped sweatshirt/sweater that works best when sewn in thick, stiff knits with some body to keep the neck standing upright. It features raglan sleeves, a wide waistband, a loose turtleneck, long cuffs and falls between the high and low hip.
In this full-day workshop, students will learn to construct a coat from start to finish. The classic Pilvi Coat sports raglan sleeves and is unlined. Students will learn to use a commercial sewing pattern, interfacing, and apparel sewing techniques such as stay-stitching, and inserting inseam pockets. This is an intermediate level sewing class so some sewing experience is required. Choose to […]
Perfect for knitting projects, groceries, lunches, jewelry, and many other uses! Bento Bags, a traditional Japanese Origami Market Bag, are easy to make, come in many sizes, and are the perfect way to use the many yards of printed cotton that are prolific in every sewers craft-closet! Materials: All of the class materials are available at Fabricate and you receive a […]
Crochet is the new yoga! Learn three basic crochet stitches that will send you on your way to creating crochet bowls of all shapes and sizes. We use Wool and the Gang’s “Jersey Be Good” yarn made from t-shirt fabric roll offcuts from Turkey (98% cotton, 2% elastane). Jersey Be Good is an environmentally friendly way of using up something […]