Introduction to Industrial Sewing

This is a very hands-on workshop where you will have the opportunity to learn your way around the machines, experience using them, and apply what you’ve learned to sew a tote bag.


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INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL SEWING

Sat., Nov. 6, 10 am-2 pm / One Class  / $129
Sat., Dec. 4, 10 am-2 pm / One Class  / $129 
All supplies included in class fee.
Instructor Madeleine Tepe       
Location: Sew Valley 1010 Hulbert Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45214

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Intro to Industrial Sewing will cover the concepts of industrial versus domestic sewing, why these are vastly different and how to determine when to use which machine. Students will learn how to use the machine’s straight stitch, walking foot, zig-zag, serger, double-needle straight stitch, and receive demonstrations using our more specialty machines. This is a very hands-on workshop where you will have the opportunity to learn your way around the machines, experience using them, and apply what you’ve learned to sew a tote bag.


About Your Instructor

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Madeleine Tepe

Madeleine Tepe Misleh is a DAAP graduate of the Fashion Design program from UC. She has been sewing for nearly 20 years and teaching sewing and design for the past 3 years.

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