Sewing Club Students:
All the projects have a sewing level indicated. Please look through and choose projects that interest you. Please email me before class for the supply list(s) for the project(s) that you plan to sew in class.
* Intermediate and advanced students may also choose to bring in any store-bought beginner pattern, such as PJ pants, simple clothing, or accessory projects, and sew the pattern with help from the instructor.Scroll to the bottom for some suggested patterns.
Beginning Sewing Class
1st and 2nd projects:
Sewing Club Projects
Burp Cloths (beginner project)
If you bring your Copy of Sew in Style-Make Your Own Doll Clothes, then you can also choose from those projects. (all levels)
Scripture Cover/Special Book Cover (intermediate level)
Library Card Wallet (beginner level)
Skirt with Side Pockets
Messenger bag (reg. and youth sizes available) (intermediate level)
Small Quilts, Snack Mats, and Mug Rugs
Suggested Clothing Patterns for Intermediate and Advanced Sewists.
Make sure to pre-wash and press your fabric prior to class. Burda and Kwik Sew patterns tend to have a better fit than Simplicity, McCalls, and Butterick do. Parents: choose pattern sizes based on the child’s hip and/or chest measurements, not the store-bought clothing size.
Here is a list of patterns that would be appropriate for students to purchase and sew during sewing club, to give you an idea for projects:
Kwik Sew 3589
Kwik Sew 3882 (Misses sizes)
Simplicity 1455 (view B top)
Simplicity 1381 (vies B, C, or D)
Simplicity 1124 (view B top)
Simplicity 1625 (view D pants or E shorts)
Simplicity 6241 (views B and D skirts)
Kwik Sew 3935 (dresses and leggings)
Kwik Sew 3768 (dress & tunic)
Kwik Sew 3837 (fleece pants)
Kwik Sew 3551 (sleep shirt and pillowcase)
Kwik Sew 3519 (pants and shorts)
Kwik Sew 3541 (skirts – View A for advanced sewists, and View B for intermediate sewists)