Just finished a lovely afternoon at the ‘Thrifty Stitcher’ in London.
Just take along whatever project you’re working on – or want to begin and spend 3 hours getting expert tuition and help. I think they call the sessions ‘SOS workshop’.
The women running it are fab, and are professional theatre costume designers and tailors, so I doubt there is much they don’t know, or have not done, although I’m a novice, so only just starting to sew really.
I managed to alter a skirt, after losing weight I’m determined not to buy a whole new wardrobe, but learn some skills to just take in all the nice clothes I already have.
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