Tracy Corns runs an embroidery business, Sew Nothing's Impossible, and teaches sewing at venues in Leicestershire. Tracy has been sewing since childhood and loves making unique items, using beautiful fabric combinations.
Learn to Sew - Zipped cushion cover
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Learn how to make a simple cushion cover with contrasting back and front and an easy to insert zip.
All materials and equipment are included in this workshop
This workshop is part of our Learn to Sew series - make a range of coordinating accessories for your sewing room and learn essential sewing skills
What you will learn:
How to measure and cut fabric squares precisely
How to finish the raw edges of your fabric
How to insert a zip with tab ends
You will need to bring or buy from our shop: Nothing, just yourself!
You will find our workshops categorised in to levels. These are to help you know which workshops are suitable for you based on your current amount of experience behind a sewing machine.
Our levels are designed to help you choose a project that isn't too difficult for you, but we encourage you to be brave and try something new too. Talk to us if you need further advice about which level is suitable for you.
Children aged 11+ and teenagers are welcome to attend workshops with an accompanying adult , providing they have either come to our Start as you Mean to Sew on workshop, or a suitable level of experience at home or school.
Level One (beginner)
This covers our Start as you Mean to Sew on workshops, which is designed to build your confidence behind a sewing machine. This workshop is ideal for absolute beginners and those whose sewing skills may be a little rusty.
Level Two (limited experience)
Level two workshops are designed to build your confidence and introduce you to new skills, such as inserting zips, working with bias binding and basic patchwork. They are suitable for people who have completed our beginners workshop or have some recent experience sewing independently.
Level Three (more confident)
Level three workshops are aimed at more confident sewers, who have completed a few projects previously, and also includes our Introduction to Dressmaking workshop. This level is suitable for people who have some experience behind a sewing machine, and want to branch out and try something new.
Level Four (beginner dress making)
Level four workshops are aimed at people with some dressmaking experience, who may have completed our Dressmaking for Beginners course, however, this isn't a necessity. These workshops will cover more challenging dressmaking skills, while aiming to demystify them and build your confidence.
Level Five (experienced dress making)
Level five workshops continue to build on previous dressmaking experience and will offer challenging projects with the support of a experienced teacher. Level five workshops will include garments such as corsets, coats and ball gowns.