Learn to sew!

You can learn hand sewing and machine sewing techniques and sew your own clothes. Sewing machines are provided or you can bring your own. Classes include your own pattern and tea time! Students need to purchase their own fabric and notions.


Machine sewing classes are fun for ages 10 through adult.

 Can't make the class? Schedule your own class, just pick out a pattern and arrange a time.

blue bobbin has a lovely selection of patterns, fabrics and notions!








Private lessons are available for $20/hour. You can bring your own machine or use one at the studio.


Create your own class with 2 or more of your friends. Choose your own project and schedule a time that works for you. Cost is $10/hour for each sewer, plus materials. 

November 16, 23

Saturdays, 2:00-5:00



These pants have an elastic back, which makes fitting easy and side pockets are a nice feature. This is a good pattern for sewing your first pants.

December 14

Saturday, 2:00-5:00

$50- includes all materials for making one pair of cotton or wool underwear. 


Once you make your own underwear, you'll want to make an underwear wardrobe. These are fun to sew and you can customize the fit. 

January 18, 25

Saturday afternoons, 2:00-5:00



Are you ready to sew fitted pants? This pattern is the next step up, with design elements that are easier to sew- like front patch pockets and a button fly. 



February 1, 2:00-5:00

February 8, 2:00-4:00

Saturday afternoons



Sew your own leggings in a wool or cotton knit. 

April 18, 25

Saturday afternoons, 2:00-5:00



The Reed is an a-line skirt with inset pockets and button front-simple and stylish.

July 15 & 16

Wednesday and Thursday, 2:00-5:00



Sew your own t-shirt.


With so many knit fabrics to choose from, you can sew something unique for yourself. Sewing with knits isn't hard- come and learn the techniques.



August 19 & 20

Wednesday and Thursday 2:00-5:00



Sew a hoodie, always a favorite.


You can sew this in a lightweight cotton or wool jersey or a heavier cotton fleece. Hoodies never seem to go out of style.

September 16, 23, 30

Wednesday afternoons, 3:15-5:15



Sew a Tabor V-neck.


You can make this as a shirt or sweater. Sew it in a lightweight knit for a shirt or a sweater knit for something warmer. Although designed for knits, the short sleeve version can be made with a woven fabric. 

Classes are held at blue bobbin studio and taught by Nannette Tuttle

Call, text, or email me to register or ask questions.


There's a link at the top of the page for a list of materials needed.