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Sewn Vintage Fabric Potholder Set with Connie
Sewn Vintage Fabric Potholder Set with Connie

Sat, May 18



Sewn Vintage Fabric Potholder Set with Connie

Join Connie Biselx in this beginner-friendly machine sewing workshop to create a set of 2 potholders using vintage and upcycled fabrics during the Dead Threads Vintage Market!

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Time & Location

May 18, 2024, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Fargo, 1702 1st Ave N, Fargo, ND 58102, USA

About the event

Dive into a craft stash of vintage fabric from tablecloths to pillow cases and hankies to create a set of Anthropologie-inspiring potholders with sewing instructor Connie!!  Haven’t sewn since sixth grade? Sew what! You’ve got Connie ready to be your crafty guide to take on the basics of sewing with a machine. Perfect for the beginner sewer - or anyone ready to use beautiful upcycled fabrics - you’ll create a set of 2 machine sewn potholders ready to gift for springtime or add a whimsical touch to your kitchen. Beginners are welcome in this small class setting where life’s a stitch and you are sew awesome.

Your registration includes:  instruction to sew 2 potholders and tools/machine use AND supplies.

This workshop is Sat, May 18 10am at the Unglued Craftatorium at Brewhalla - 1702 1st Ave N, Fargo, ND 58102 (attached to Drekker Brewing - you'll find this workshop room on Brewhalla's 2nd floor!).  Ages middle school to adult.  Each attendee must be a ticket holder.

Find more workshops to get crafty with HERE!

Refund policy:  We know plans can change!  If you need to change plans please email us at at least 72 hours prior to workshop start to receive a full refund.  After that we don't give refunds as supplies are already purchased unless if we are able to utilize a wait list based on demand, but you can transfer it to another person!

Please note a minimum of 4 participants is required so if we don't reach that by 24 hours prior to the event you will be notified by email and refunded.


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