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Baltic Shop Creates | A Kimono Jacket

Saturday 20 April | 10.30am-5.30pm | Book now
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Join Amy Trainor, as featured in Living North Magazine.

An orange kimono-style jacket with a blossoming flower pattern hangs on a shelf.

Saturday 20 April 2024 | 10.30am-5.30pm
£125 per person

Here's a great gift for the crafter in your life! On this full-day workshop using a computerised sewing machine, create a stylish and colourful kimono.

This session will be hosted by Amy Trainor, designer and maker of Kaleidoscope Textiles - a sustainable bag and accessory fashion brand. Amy works with bright, high-quality fabric and materials to create bags and accessories that stand out from the crowd.

 

What's included in the session?

 

Under Amy’s guidance, participants will learn how to do the following:

  1. Thread a machine and wind a bobbin on a computerised machine
  2. Lay out fabric accurately and cut out a kimono pattern according to your measurements, as well as including all relevant notches and tailor’s tacks
  3. Sew kimono pattern pieces together
  4. Incorporate French seams into the garment for a professional finish
  5. Top stitch bias binding to the raw edge of the kimono

 

The workshop is suitable for beginners who have some experience working on a sewing machine, as well as those who have prior sewing/dress-making experience. It's a great opportunity to meet new people, develop your sewing/dressmaking skills as well as creating a stylish, cool kimono!

  • All fabric, materials, and equipment will be provided
  • Lunch and complimentary refreshments provided

 

Please advise us of any dietary requirements or allergies.

Suitable for ages 12+

Please note we cannot offer refunds on this event.

Event Accessibility

We want our events to be inclusive and accessible. If you have any access requirements or questions, please contact myexperience@balticmill.com

Ahead of your visit, you can find out about Baltic's facilities and accessibility here.

Artist Amy Trainor
An orange kimono-style jacket with a blossoming flower pattern hangs on a shelf.
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