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., Sep. 10, 10 am-2 pm / $139 / One Class

All supplies included in class fee.

Instructor: Madeleine Misleh   

Sew Valley 1010 Hulbert Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45214

This course will cover the concepts of industrial vs. domestic sewing. This is a very hands-on workshop where you will get to learn your way around the machines, experience using them, and apply your learnings to a sewing project. Students will learn how to use the following machines: straight stitch, walking foot, zig-zag, serger, double-needle straight stitch, as well as see demonstrations on other more specialty machines. Whether you’re a lover of new technology, or an appreciator of a well cared for vintage machine, we’ve got you covered! Come jump in the assembly line, use the real deal equipment, and learn to operate some industrial machinery.


About Your Instructor

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Madeleine Misleh

Production & Educational Coordinator, Sew Valley

Madeleine Misleh graduated with a BS in Fashion Design at UC DAAP. A skilled sewer, technical designer, and lover of all tools, Madeleine coordinates the educational programs and leads projects for a wide range of clients at Sew Valley.

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