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Sewing Academy - Tame That Technique

Dates: Dec. 7, 2018 - Dec. 8, 2018
Times: $99
Category: Arts/Crafts
Location: Thimbles, 940 S. State St., Lockport, IL 60441
Phone: 1-815-836-8735
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In this two-day sewing course, customers will discover just what a sewing machine can do while exploring everything from closures, to hems, to elegant embellishments. Be delighted as you master techniques like piping, Spanish hemstitching, exposed stitches and more. Leave with a Technique Reference Book filled with the sample techniques made during the Tame that Technique course.


What's Nearby:
Embers Tap House
Rialto Square Theatre
Pilcher Park Nature Center
Fairfield Inn & Suites Joliet North/Plainfield
Bowlero
Louis Joliet Mall

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