In the heart of Northern Virginia, The Finishing School has gained a reputation for providing an outstanding place for learning sewing skills.
Many children and adults have been privileged to receive instruction at The Finishing School, which is located in Falls Church.
Classes are offered all year. During the school year, hour-long children’s classes are available in the afternoons on weekdays and on Saturday mornings. Day camps during holidays and trial classes are also an option.
During the summer months, a ten-week-long summer session runs from the end of June through the end of August. There are weekly summer camps available for five days a week as well during this time.
Mother/daughter sessions are scheduled on Saturday afternoons, while birthday parties are scheduled for Sunday afternoons.
Students will thrive in a positive, social and creative environment. Students learn the basics of machine sewing, serging and understanding patterns. They will make fun and useful projects including: shorts, aprons, oven mitts, dresses, skirts, tops, pajamas, bath robes, bags, holiday decorations, pillows and quilts just to name a few!
The class structure allows new students to join at any time!
A variety of adult sewing classes are also offered, from beginning to advanced levels. Choose from our collection or bring your own. Sign up for a series or one class at a time.
Sign up today by emailing [email protected] or call 801-664-4108.
The preceding post was written and sponsored by The Finishing School.
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