The Farrow Dress is a wardrobe staple in an elegant A-line shape with flattering diagonal seaming concealing inseam pockets, and a jewel neckline. It has both a sleeveless and bracelet sleeve-length version so it is versatile in several seasons. Gather loads of inspiration at #farrowdress on Instagram.
Textiles West has sewing machines to use in class. Students may use their own machine if it is in good working order and student knows how to operate it. In the first 2-hour segment, we'll work to adjust the fit of the pattern and cut out what we can. The construction of the garment will happen in the second segment.
Students must download and print the PDF pattern from https://grainlinestudio.com/shop/women/dresses/farrow-dress-pdf-download/ or purchase a paper pattern. If student has questions about the PDF pattern, fabric choice, cutting out or fit, contact Cecelia at email@example.com
Student Supply List:Light to medium-weight fabrics that are suggested in the pattern - the yardage determined by size (all this information is included in the PDF pattern),
-all-purpose thread to match
-hook & eye closure,
- sewing pins and scissors if you have them,
- 1/2 yd 22 -25" wide fusible interfacing.
Class Level:Fascination – These classes will introduce you to a new skill, concept or technique and are open to all levels. The student may, however, be required to have a basic skill or have taken a certification class. For example, for a flat-pattern drafting class one need not know anything about flat-pattern drafting but should have a basic understanding of the sewing machine. Any prerequisites will be listed in the class description.
Member Fee: $85
Non-Member Fee: $95
Instructor: Cecelia Harris Cecelia has also had a lifelong love of fabric and sewing. She creates most of her clothing and recently has enjoyed various ways of creating her own fabric – from direct painting to computer-created designs. Cecelia is also a calligrapher, commercial lettering artist and sometime font designer. She owned and operated Wordsworth where she created rubber stamp and scrapbook products and was also a lead designer for Cricut, a personalized cutting machine. She shares her Colorado home with her husband where she enjoys sewing, wine, and chocolate (although not at the same time).