About our classes

All classes are held at Nancy’s Sewing Basket, located at
2221 Queen Anne Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109
Preregistration is required for all classes and payment is due in full at time of registration. In some cases, day-of sign up is available.
Once a class is purchased, it is non-refundable. You own your seat in the class and may send someone in your place.
You may cancel your registration with 7 days notice and have one opportunity to transfer your fee to another class with a $10 per class transaction fee. If cancellation is made with less than 7 days notice or if you do not show up to class, your fee is forfeited. Sorry, no refunds for missed classes.
We reserve the right to cancel a class due to low enrollment or illness. In the event this occurs, you will receive a refund of full class fee, or may apply the fee to another class.
Some sewing experience is required for all construction classes except ABC; this includes knowledge of pattern cutting, machine usage, basic terminology, etc. No sewing experience is necessary for Candace Kling classes.
For Jacque Goldsmith classes, machines and a basic sewing kit are provided for student use.
For Candace Kling classes, supply lists are circulated at least one month prior to the start of classes.
If you have any questions or would like to sign up for a class, please call the store at 206-282-9112 or 800-443-2964.
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2 responses to “About our classes

  1. I am interested in construction but I am not a beginner. What Jackie’s Construction class cover?

    • In the Absolute Beginning Construction class, students create four projects:
      the first week, the project is a zippered pouch
      the second week, it is a tote bag
      the third week, it is a skirt made of a woven fabric
      the fourth week, it is a shirt made out of a knit fabric

      In making all of these projects, students come away with all the basic clothing construction techniques that can then be used to go on and create other projects on their own. Though the class is set-up to teach students with no sewing experience, it is also great for seamsters with experience who might want a few more tools in their toolboxes. If you feel like you don’t need to learn any basic techniques, you might consider taking the Freeform Sewing Clinic, which is for more experienced seamsters who want to absorb information while working on their own projects.

      I hope this is helpful!
      Jessica

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