Sewing Classes & Textile Art Workshops.

Learn how to sew, improve your dressmaking, or take a creative textile art workshop or machine embroidery workshop.

Sewing classes are available during daytimes, evenings and weekends. There’s Beginners and refresher classes,  dressmaking courses or shorter 1-day events to focus on specific techniques. Overlockers are a mystery to many so learn how to get the best from yours. Soft furnishing workshops will give you the knowledge and confidence to make your own professional-looking curtains and cushions.

There are sewing classes for children during every school holiday, and an after-school sewing club in term times.

Artisan Stitch won a Certificate of Excellence in January 2019 and is rated ‘best sewing classes in Edinburgh’.

 

Corona Virus Update

Artisan Stitch  has re-opened for studio classes.   Covid-protection measures are in  place in accordance with Government regulations. I have passed a risk assessment and have been fully approved by the HSE (Health & Safety Executive). There is ample space in the studio for ‘sewcial’ distancing, and class attendance numbers have been reduced by a half or two-thirds. Please be assured that I’m taking every precaution to ensure visitors to the studio remain safe. Here’s a note of the extensive precautions being taken. Covid safety measures w

If you’d like to be kept informed of my future news and events, then please sign up for my newsletter at the bottom of the page. I regret that I’m not able to contact you on an individual basis. To minimise the risk of my communications going to your spam, please add jen@artisanstitch.co.uk to your contacts list or address book.

Please also keep an eye on my Facebook page as all new events are posted there first and why not join my Facebook community to share sewing tips and chat?

If you have any questions or concerns regard covid, please drop me an e-mail to jen@artisanstitch.co.uk . Stay safe!

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Launching Soon! Artisan Stitch Online

It’s been a while in development but I’m hoping to launch my very first online course. I’ve been told that ‘Virtual Jen’ is better than no Jen at all, so why not try taking an online class?  Or perhaps you live too far away or your weekly schedule doesn’t allow you to attend studio-based classes.  Please sign up for the newsletter or join my Facebook community for further news and introductory offers.

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