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Sewing, Upcycle Lab + Craft Lounge

Saturday, July 11, 2020

Saturday, 7/11 11am-2pm
Cost: Free!
To register, click on the ticket link or call 310-458-2239.

Improve your sustainability practices by learning to sew and mend by hand or machine. Create basic projects like: bags, pillow cases, simple quilts, zippered pouches, aprons. Participants can learn how to use a sewing machine, make simple patterns and can bring individual projects to alter or upcycle.

Sewing machines and supplies are available to share or bring your own. Suggested supplies: scissors, sewing machine, a specific thread color, a project you’d like help with or an idea for a project.

A monthly no-host gathering where you can bring your current project to work on around a community of like-minded makers. If you don’t have a project yet no problem, The Camera Obscura Art Lab is fully equipped with shared knitting, crochet, collage and drawing materials as well as ample table space for you to develop your own venture!

Kim Speth is a Textile Artist & Fashion Designer who learned to sew in her 7th grade Home Economics class and was gifted a sewing machine by her grandmother which became her joy and passion. A designer and clothing manufacturer in the fashion industry, Speth taught fashion design and clothing construction to high school students.

Andrea Morgenstern is a graphic designer, costumer, and crafter that enjoys, leather crafts, prop making, mending, renewing, repurposing, renovating and upcycling. She loves to empower others by sharing her DIY knowledge.

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