Workshop Fato-de-banho de Criança



Cloud 9 – Titchy Threads + Petit a Petit and Family

Orientadora: Diana Pais


Quarta-feira – 6 de Julho de 2016

Quarta-feira – 20 de Julho de 2016

Horário: 14h – 18h (1 sessão de 4 horas)

Local: Fidibiko Coworking, Setúbal

Nível: Intermédio

Conteúdo: Vamos aprender a costurar um fato-de-banho, top e calção, para criança. O molde abrange os tamanhos dos 6-12 meses aos 12 anos. Aprender dicas para costurar com lycra. Costurar curvas e ponto zigue-zague. Fazer uma peça reversível.

Materiais incluídos:

  • Molde em formato papel e PDF

Materiais necessários:

  • Máquina de costura
  • Linha 100% poliéster
  • Lycra
  • Tesoura e alfinetes

O valor do workshop é de 35€ (com factura, acresce IVA à taxa em vigor).

Inscrições através do número 919 124 369 ou pelo formulário abaixo.

(Inscrições limitadas)


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