GREENPOINT WORKSHOP: Denim Mending
This workshop will take place at our Greenpoint shop. Please read our policy for in-person workshops here. By registering for an in-person workshop, you are agreeing to abide by the safety measures and cancelation policy in place. Thank you for your support as we navigate these changes!
Got a hole in your favorite pair of jeans? It's all good... you can patch them up! Join us to learn how to patch up your denim + apply sashiko techniques, a type of Japanese hand sewing used for visible mending, decorative stitching, and more!
This class will cover:
- How to create geometric mending stitch patterns
- What types of fabric, thread, needles and other tools are required
- How to patch holes in clothing and other textiles
Students may bring in clothing they'd like to mend or opt to practice the techniques on fabric scraps provided. All tools + materials required are included in the registration fee, including needles, specialty thread, rulers, water soluble pencils, and more.
DATE: Select above
CLASS LENGTH: Approximately 2 hours
LOCATION: This workshop will be hosted virtually via Zoom! Details will be emailed to you after you register.
All class registrations are final; please view our policy for more information.
Meet Your Instructor
Molly George is a textile artist and teacher living in Brooklyn, NY. She is a graduate of Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), a practicing artist, and a youth and adult teacher in the textile arts. Molly studied natural dyeing in a Natural Pigments artist residency with Arquetopia in Oaxaca, Mexico, and she is excited to share the knowledge she learned there with our students.