• DEC 6, 2016
  • WRITTEN BY: Leoni Moninska

11581342Last week we got to meet Kat, the owner and founder of Sew In Brighton. We were particularly excited about this visit as it was just down the road from us, and neither of us had ever been to a sewing class before!

We got the train to Hove station and made the short walk over to the sewing workshop building. We were greeted by Kat and introduced to the people taking part in the workshop. Launched in 2008, Sew In Brighton is a small boutique workshop, run by sewing experts in the heart of Brighton. Many of the people taking part in the workshop have weekly classes or one-to-one classes, working on projects from dresses to pillows to skirts and more!

20161115_111636       20161115_111402Sewing is an intricate activity but is highly rewarding once it’s mastered. In this sew class there were people with different levels of skills, from beginner to advanced. With various patterns and materials to choose from, students can bring in their own materials to use and have free use of the ironing boards, pins and sewing machines in the class. The room that the class took place in was cosy and creative, with garments and projects displayed, including different bits of material and sewing books. It was clear that this is an excellent and creative environment to work in, and taking up sewing classes with Kat is a great way to get your sewing career started! The classes involve taking in projects that you are already working on or starting new projects in class i.e. making a cushion or skirt. You can go off and keep working on your projects at home or in class – it’s entirely up to you!


When the class had ended we got a chance to meet Kat properly and ask her a few questions about herself and how the company was founded (see Expert Interview blog). It was clear that she is the best woman for it with over 33 years of experience in fashion design, pattern making and managing fashion retail stores.


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