Grainline Weekend at Fancy Tiger Crafts

Grainline Studio at Fancy Tiger

I’m so excited to let you guys know that I’ll be hanging out and teaching at Fancy Tiger Crafts the weekend of June 5th! I’ve been longing to visit this craft mecca for quite a while and I can’t believe it’s finally happening, and under such fun circumstances.

On Friday night we’ll be hanging out at the shop from 5-7 for a Meet & Greet with plenty of garment samples and patterns for you to check out, then the workshops get started. On Saturday I’ll be teaching a workshop on the Morris Blazer, so if the idea of sewing a blazer has frightened you at all, this is a great time to master that shawl collar or set in sleeves. Then on Sunday we’ll be sewing the Dopp Kit from the Portside Travel Set which I’m super excited about. This has been on my “must sew more” list for so long for the fact that I use the Dopp Kit for everything. At the moment it’s filled with a bit of knitting which gets dumped out when I need to travel. They also make great gifts I’ve learned!

So if you’re in or around Denver I hope you’ll stop by and say hi, I’d love to hang out and sew with you!

7 replies on “Grainline Weekend at Fancy Tiger Crafts

  • anelementallife

    YAY!!!!! I might need to take the Morris blazer class just to get my butt into gear and actually make the darn thing. Also, knitting + coffee + patios when you’re not teaching.

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  • Anna

    Can’t wait to meet you! I recently was able to meet Jaime at Interweave 2015, and talking with you would be equally awesome! Yours is one of most favorite blogs.

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  • lsaspacey

    Cool, you’ll be hanging with Jamie, your Instagram double-take doppelganger! Well, at least that’s what I think when I see the thumbnails on my phone.

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  • Tammy

    Wish I could be there! I’m wondering what tools you would recommend for grading between patterns, as you’re currently teaching a Morris blazer class? Also, some day I’d like to make my own slopers, so I’m wondering if you need different slopers for knits compared to wovens? Thanks.

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