The Sewin'Asylum has been offering sewing classes to children and adults since 1998. Owner Erica Doyle has her degree in Fashion Design and also taught elementary school. At The Sewin'Asylum, the students will learn how to thread and operate a sewing machine, learn the terms and techniques necessary to complete a sewing project, and have an opportunity to express their creativity and imagination. The students learn how to follow a pattern while making various projects such as pajama pants, tote bags, stuffed animals and more. The Sewin' Asylum teaches sewing classes year-round. Students are invited to start at any time.
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|Website:||The Sewin' Asylum Sewing Classes|
|Location:||10050 West Bell Road, Peoria, AZ, USA|
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