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Beginners Dressmaking Workshop

Beginners Dressmaking Workshop

Learn a new skill with a fun and creative workshop run by dressmaking experts.

16 February 2017 - 21 May 2017 | Book tickets

Join a small group of creative students for a dressmaking workshop at The Fashion Box in North London.

Perfect for beginners wanting to learn the basics of dressmaking, this six-hour class offers tuition in techniques for constructing a dress using a commercial pattern, as well as adding fastenings.

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Learn how to make a dress in a day at the Fashion Box's creative fashion workshop, with dates to choose from in February, March, April and May.

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