Childrens sewing workshops in Worthing - let your children discover the world of sewing and give them the gift of being able to create their products! My workshops last for two hours and the price includes all the materials. In our previous workshops we've made drawstring bags and fabulous home sweet home cushions.
We can also provide sewing parties for birthdays.
Classes held at my studio in WorthingView timetable
2 hour workshops range from £8.50 - £10.00 depending on what is being produced. All materials included.
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Cydney has been going to different holiday and weekend classes that Fiona runs for the last two to three years. Fiona is lovely with the children - so patient and enthusiastic. The great thing is that when the children go there they always come away with something that they've made which gives a great sense of achievement. She's enjoyed the classes so much that we bought her a sewing machine for Chrstmas.
We first met Fiona when she was running a child's birthday party that we were invited to. We were so impressed with her that we booked an individual lesson for myself and my daughter, and will be re booking another as we enjoyed it so much. Fiona is very patient, good fun, so creative and has lots of resources. She is able to adapt to the needs of each child - this was very evident at the party we went to.It's the first time I've have heard of someone providing a service like this and we loved it!
I have used Sew Girl over the past two years and my children love it, they get really excited when they go to see Fiona and they always want to go back. She is great with the kids’, the equipment is great and it is all very well organised. They always come home with various homemade items which is brilliant. The classes are very intimate so it is very one to one.
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Sewgirl was established by fashion textile designer and stylist Fiona Hesford. Working over 20 years in the fashion industry, she spent 6 years in Paris as a design consultant.
Her work as a textile designer sells worldwide to major US and European fashion houses and has featured in Elle Decoration, Sewhip and Marie Claire magazines.
With a passion for 50s,60s and 70s fabrics, patchworking together eclectic patterns, retro styling, haberdashery, cardigans, dresses and all things girly she has launched a series of sewing kits for bags, toys, dolls and children's clothes.
Fiona runs very popular sewing workshops from her studio in Worthing, at Clothkits in Chichester and Quilty Pleasures in Brighton, teaching complete beginners how to sew.
Her work has been published in 'Pretty Little Presents','Envelopes Please'and 'Sweet Nothings' all by Lark Books Inc and she has also been a contributor to Sewhip magazine.
Fiona lives and works on the Sussex coast with her husband Mark, twins Alfred and Matilda, Madame Mabelline (the cat) and the allotment.