The Lost Art of Sewing Makes a Big Comeback!

South San Francisco, CA    August 21, 2015     
Info provided by Joyce Fritz *EDIT*

The South San Francisco Adult School is offering a great opportunity for those in our community who would like to learn the art of sewing and to those who would like to improve their skills. While once upon a time sewing was something as common as using our computer is today, this art is now making a big comeback thanks to our teachers at SSF Adult Education! This is the perfect class for beginners and those who are accomplished sewers while providing the chance to interact with others who share in this interest.

The Fall class is starting on August 27th and will be held from 7pm-9pm every Thursday at the Adult Education Center located at 825 Southwood Drive in Room 48. The cost for the class is $45, or $40 for those over 62 years of age. You can sign up at any time.

Sewing machines will be available but you are welcome to bring your own if you prefer. If you are working on a project – bring it! When you come to class more details will be explained and you can also contact 650/877.8844 for more information.

UPDATE:
Sewing Class:

Session 1     Aug. 27 – Oct. 15
Session 2     Oct. 22 – Dec. 10

 

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EDIT: Please note the image has been changed per request of creator as it was used by accident to which we apologize. To view original image please contact Christa Watson  Instagram @christaquilts

1 comment for “The Lost Art of Sewing Makes a Big Comeback!

  1. August 26, 2015 at 8:15 pm

    Also south city the main library has a sewing room and program aka textiles Tuesday on September 1st at 12pm which you learn how to sew they will guide you step by step then the next 3 sessions are at 11am so contact library at 650 829 3860 i hope you join im going to learn to sew potholders, and grocery bags so try it out

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