After learning the basics of the machine, it's time to make a produce bag using your test scraps from the last class! Machines, needles, and other accessories will be provided for participants, courtesy of the Repair Hub!
Please note that the day and time of this workshop has changed to Tuesday, May 24th from 5:30 - 7:30. This program will be held in-person in the Eco-Lab at the Greenpoint branch There is no virtual component to this program.
Registration is currently at capacity. However, you may wish to add yourself to the waitlist on Eventbrite: tinyurl.com/machinebasics2
This workshop will be facilitated by Lily Quain and coordinated by FABSCRAP. FABSCRAP is a 501c3 nonprofit rethinking textile waste, providing pickup of unwanted fabric from NYC businesses and engaging the local creative community in reuse. To learn more about how to get involved, shop for saved-from-the-landfill materials or to volunteer, visit fabscrap.org.
Seats in the workshop are limited! We encourage you to register in advance. All attendees will need to sign in before the event begins. If you are not feeling well the day of the event, you should not attend. Masks encouraged.
Sew Brooklyn and Repair Hub are both BKLYN Incubator program. BKLYN Incubator is supported by generous funding provided by the Charles H. Revson Foundation.