Sewing Knits: Toaster Sweater // 1 Day // March 7

It's getting cold outside, but we're staying toasty with the Toaster Sweater, a popular sewing pattern for knits that's a stylish spin on a sweatshirt. This project whips up in ONE DAY and is a great building block for your handmade wardrobe.

Workshop project: Participants will create the Toaster Sweater, a pattern by Sew House Seven with two style options.
Version 1 is a closer fitting, semi-cropped sweatshirt/sweater with raglan sleeves, a wide waistband, loose turtleneck, long cuffs and hits between the high and low hip.
Version 2 is somewhat fitted through the shoulders and sleeves and swings out at the underarms. It features a semi-high-neck in a funnel style, and has mitered side vents with a subtle hi-lo hem.

Skills covered:
- Working with a digital pattern
- Reading size charts and choosing a size
- Cutting knits accurately with a rotary cutter and mat
- Sewing with stretch stitches on a regular sewing machine or a serger
- Attaching turtlenecks, cuffs and bands (version 1)
- Neck facings and mitered hems (version 2)

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner to Intermediate. You MUST already feel comfortable threading and operating a sewing machine, but you may be new to sewing garments. If you are a novice sewer or feel unsure about threading a sewing machine and sewing straight lines, please check out our Sewing 101 course instead.

Pattern and materials not included. You will be responsible for purchasing and printing the PDF pattern and assembling it before class. An instructor will email you with a list of supplies to buy for the first day.

1 Day; 5 Workshop Hours. A midway break is included.

Please refer to our registration policies before signing up for a class. Note that we have TWO studio locations. The class option(s) below will list the location so make sure to mark it on your calendar and GPS so you arrive at the correct studio!

[sold out] Section 2 (1912 South St): 1 Sunday 10am-3pm on Feb 2

[sold out] Section 3 (800 S 8th St): 1 Saturday 12-5pm on March 7

(Product images by Sew House Seven)