Sewing Classes with Stitch Studio

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Sewing is a valuable skill and a fun, productive hobby. Being able to sew your own pieces can give you a new way of exploring and expressing your own personal style. Learning how to sew can also be beneficial as creating your own pieces can save you money and in fact can even help you earn. Sewing is an artistic skill and hobby that can be profitable.


Sewing Classes are available this month of May at the Fire Station, Doha by Stitch Studio. Stitch Studio is a professional fashion studio with an emphasis on education and research. This organization believes in quality, personal style and the joy of making beautiful pieces.  By joining Sewing Classes with Stitch Studio you will learn to create and craft your own bags, t-shirts, trousers and skirts.

Oriental Bag

(May 12 & 31)

“Oriental Bag” Sewing Class teaches the student how to create a bag from pattern making to final product. The student will learn how to customize the size, sew lining, hidden drawstrings and straps.

T-Shirt Project

(May 19)

“The T-shirt Project” Sewing Class teaches the student how to create a t-shirt from A to Z in Organic Jersey fabric.

Hello Summer Trousers

(May 24)

Hello Summer Trousers Sewing Class teaches the student how to create a trouser with a dropped crotch, drawstring waist, inseam pockets and flat-fell seams in butter-like fabric.

Beach Time Skirt

(May 26)

Beach Time Skirt Sewing Class teaches the student how to create a wrapped skirt with side buttons, turn & stitch seams in butter-like fabric.

All materials will be included in the class as well as a lifetime access to the patterns used per class.

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