Sewing used to be a staple skill in every household. From mending worn spots, to making curtains, garments or blankest it was a craft made useful on a daily basis.  Those skills have slipped by the wayside, but are easily rekindled.  Through sewing for your self and your home you will find connection and pride in the skills of your hands.  

 

 

 

If that sounds overwhelming to you, we are here to help.  Classes are low pressure, fun, and move at a comfortable pace.  

 

Schedule your own class, just pick out a pattern and arrange a time.

Blue Bobbin has a lovely selection of patterns, fabrics and notions!

 

 

 

 


Now enrolling:

We are currently teaching classes though the Driftless Folk School. The next classes are being scheduled for late winter and into spring of 2022.  On the list will be Sew a Burial Shroud in conjunction with Threshold Circle Care, Sewing Machine 101, Serger 101, as well as some garment classes. Check out their website for more information as well as other great classes taught year round.

 

Private lessons are available for $15/hour. You can bring your own machine or use one at the studio.  Create a garment, sew some curtains, or make a unique gift.

 

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. 


Classes are held at Blue Bobbin Studio and taught by Julie Tomaro

Call, text, or email info@bluebobbinstudio.com to register or ask questions.