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PJ Bottom Sewing Fun

Create your very own PJ bottoms as an introduction to sewing! Learn basic sewing skills with your instructor team.
Saturday March 16th from 1:00-3:30pm at the Lumberyard Arts Center.

Youth class for ages: 6th-12th grade

Students will learn how to lay and cut out a pattern, sew basic stitches and make some fun PJ pants. Students provide a lightweight flannel or cotton that has been laundered prior to class. Measure hip size to determine fabric yardage.  Measurements are for 45” or 60” wide fabric. Students can bring their own sewing machine or use machines that are provided.  Thread and scissors will be provided. 


XS (31-33”)   2-3/4 yards

S (35-37”)    2-3/4 yards

M (39-41”)    2-3/4 yards

L (43-45”)     2-7/8 yards

XL (47-49”)    2-7/8 yards

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Yardage based on your hip measurements (see above) in cotton or lightweight flannel. Must prewash prior to class. Quilters' Paradise has many fun prints in cotton or flannel to choose from.

This class is co-sponsored by the Lumberyard Arts Center and Quilters' Paradise as part of the Quilt Capital of Kansas programming.

Skill Level: Beginner
Skill Details: Open mind and willingness to learn
Requirements: Limited to youth in grades 6-12 interested in learning beginning sewing skills. Purchase your fabric of choice at Quilters' Paradise in advance and pre-wash/dry before class.
Instructor: Youth Instructor Team
Instructor Bio: Angie Spielman, Cheryl Travis, and Ruthie Rodden will lead the youth sewing classes as a team. All experienced sewists/quilters who are eager to help you learn!
Class fee includes pattern

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This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.
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Quilters' Paradise Quilt Shop, owned and run by Sharon Vesecky, opened its doors in its current location on January 3, 1989.