Expert classes you'll love to watch from the comfort of your own home....
Learn new techniques, get expert tips & tricks and enjoy mini sew alongs
Free online event Monday 1st June to Friday 5th June where you’ll get 25 free classes and tutorials from leading pattern designers, sewing bloggers and pattern testers!
You’ll be learning from talented pattern designers, expert sewing bloggers and highly experienced pattern testers.
With Fabric Craft classes from the novice through to advanced, there’s something for everyone. You’ll learn everything from upcycling t-shirts….. to hand applique…. to stuffed toy making tips…. to 3D pinwheel quilting!
Follow along online, from the comfort of your own home for FREE
Monday 1st June – Friday 5th June, 2020
Who You’ll Be Learning From:
Get access to 25 classes and tutorials for FREE
Who Should Attend?
Anyone who would love to learn from experts in the industry, at home for free
Anyone who is looking for new sewing ideas, tips and tricks
Anyone who has lost their sewjo and wants it back!
Anyone who wants to be inspired and enjoy their love of sewing
Every sewing level…. novice, beginners, intermediate and advanced!
What You’ll Learn
“Welcome & How To Get The Most Out Of The Event” – Rebecca Page (your host)
“The Ultimate Table Accessories Tutorial: Learn How To Make Towels, Napkins, Napkin Rings & A Table Runner/Cloth” – Stephanie Troemel from Sarcastic Sewist
“Discover Top Tips For Sewing Stuffed Animals” – Stephanie Woodson from Swoodson Says
“A Suprise Free P4P Sew Along!” – Katy McKinley from Patterns 4 Pirates
“Creating a Couch Caddy for Your Sewing Accessories” – Jennifer Maker from Jennifer Maker
“Crafting With Kids!” – Tiffany Amos from Modestly Dolled Up
“Your First Quilting Project” – Victoria Peat from Little Black Duck
“Learn How To Make Seasonal Towel Hangings” – Chelsea Briner from Sew Simple Home
“How To Sew a Modern Quilted Pillow” – Shauna Wightman from Shwin Designs
“BONUS: A surprise sewing tutorial!” – Chaney Mobley from Twinkle Toes and Company
“A Demonstration Tutorial For Wood Art On Wood With Fabric” – Emily Thompson from Life Sew Savory
“Finding Beauty in Burlap” – Randie Dodman from Madly Making
“A Chicken Pattern Weight 8 Step Sew” – Kelly Stevens from Stitch Upon A Time
“Learn How To Craft A Fabric & Wood Welcome Sign” – Betsy Koestler
“Peacock Costume Sew Along: Part 1 of 2 (The Tutu)” – Zoe Beth from Rebecca Page Patterns
“Discover How To Use Scraps To Make Baby Color Books: Part 1 of 2” – Tori James from Toriska
“How To Upcycle An Old T-Shirt Into An Adorable Childs Top” – Jaq Platt from Made by Jaq / You Sew Crazy
“From Beginners to Advanced: Tips and Tricks for Sewing the Roxy Wristlet” – Stephanie and Virginia Troemel from Sarcastic Sewist
“Introduction to Hand Applique” – Nicki Hibbits from The Ruffled Purse
“The Ultimate Scrap Buster” – Shankari Paradee from Sewl Sister
“Five Roxy Wristlet Hacks” – Candice Thurston from Rebecca Page Patters
“How To Make An Essential Grocery Sack” – Lisa Amundson from Around the Bobbin
“How to Make Crazy Pincushions” – Rumyana from 3Patch Crafts
“Peacock Costume Sew Along: Part 2 of 2 (The Mask)” – Zoe Beth from Rebecca Page Patterns
“Discover How To Use Scraps To Make Baby Color Books: Part 2 of 2” – Tori James from Toriska
“Sewing with Kids: Making a Toy Blanket with my 6 year-old” – Alice Smith-Goeke from Fabric Ninja
“A 3D Pinwheel Quilting Tutorial” – Audrey Mann from The Cloth Parcel
“Simple Lounge Pants/Play Shorts Sew Along (Child Friendly)” – Stephanie Carton from The Eli Monster
“The Ultimate Fabric Buster: Creating Fun & Unique Tumblers” – Vicki Troemel from VG Creations
Meet Your Host:
Rebecca Page is the founder of the hugely popular sewing brand, www.rebecca-page.com.
She learnt to sew as a child and loved it. But as the years passed, she found traditional paper patterns hard to use (that tissue paper tears so easily!), the instructions difficult to follow and fitting for personal shape almost impossible.
Rebecca found the solution when she started to draft her own patterns part-time at home while having her 3 young children. It’s quickly exploded into a global business with 390,000+ followers and 26 lovely team members (all working from home around the world!).
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):
When is it? The Fabric Crafts Sewing Summit is online on Mon 1st, Tues 2nd, Wed 3rd, Thu 4th and Fri 5th June, 2020.
What time is it? If you are registered, on each day of the summit you will receive an email at 9am EST (USA) time with the link for that day. All of the day’s videos will be on that link and will be free to watch for 24 hours.
Where is it? Online! You can watch on your computer, tablet or phone from anywhere in the world.
How much is it? The Summit is FREE. Each class will be available online all day during the Summit to watch for free. Then after that, the videos will go into the All Access Portal. If you have an All Access Pass, you can watch or re-watch anytime you like.
Can I watch the replay? Unlimited replays anytime are only included in the All Access Pass. If you’d like to catch a reply, you’ll need to purchase an All Access Pass.
What is the All Access Pass? If you want to watch any of the classes after the Summit, you’ll need to purchase the All Access Pass. It’s currently on Super Early Bird pricing for just $39 (with over $1,000 in value!). The price does go up the closer to the summit we get so make sure to grab yours early.
What will I learn? Each class is listed above on the day it will be on. They’re jam packed with content & we can’t wait to share them with you!
How long is each class? The average is 30min to 1hr long. Some are longer or shorter depending on the topic.
Are the videos closed captioned / subtitled? Yes. There are a couple of videos which do not have audio (they are visual videos only), but for all videos with an audio, there have closed captions loaded.
How does it work? After you register, you’ll get a welcome email confirming your place. Then on the day you’ll receive an email with a link to watch each class. Just click the link and watch 🙂 You’ll be able to use a phone, tablet or computer, whatever is easiest for you.
Will I need to buy anything to do the classes? No. For a few of the classes you’ll need to download some free pattern pieces (links are included where to get these from). But you won’t need to buy any other patterns.
What fabric & supplies will I need? Each class lists the fabric & supplies you’ll need. Most it’s just fabric, scissors and a ruler… or even just a notepad & pen if it’s a theory class.
Sounds amazing! How do I register? Just click the button below, enter your name and email, and you’re all registered!