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PROJECT BEGINNER: Make a Patchwork Coaster

Katherine Ferrier | Tuesday, May 16, 6-8pm

$60 includes all materials


Do you have a sewing machine still in the box, waiting for you to get up the courage to figure out how to use it? Do you dream of making beautiful things that you just can’t find in a store? Are you looking for a sweet gift for someone you love?


Welcome to PROJECT BEGINNER, a new series of workshops designed for folks who want to make friends with their sewing machines, hone their basic sewing skills, and get busy making all the beautiful things they’ve been dreaming about.


In this 2 hour workshop, you’ll make a colorful patchwork coaster, using a variety of cotton, linen, and vintage fabrics. Along the way you’ll learn how to thread your sewing machine, choose the right thread color, sew a straight stitch, and make neat turned, top-stitched corners. By the end of this workshop, you’ll be more comfortable with your sewing machine, and have a lovely coaster you can put to use right away, not to mention the know-how to make many more!


Don’t have your own sewing machine, but still want to learn? I have several machines available for you to use for class. 

PROJECT BEGINNER: Make a Patchwork Coaster

  • Studio 102
    Lincoln Street Center
    24 Lincoln Street
    Rockland, Maine, 04841

    Plenty of parking in back of building, which is an old elementary school.
    Enter through the doors on the right side as you're facing the back of the building from the parking lot.
    Outside doors will be locked, but someone will let you in. 
    Please plan to arrive by 5:45, so you have time to land.
    We'll start right at 6.

  • Tuesday, May 16,  6-8pm

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