In this 4-day workshop you will be the beginner as you learn to teach the Beginning Sewing program developed by Janet Corzatt.

9:00 am to 5:00 pm each day

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The Learn to Sew program was developed by Janet Corzatt as a series of four levels of sewing instruction geared toward the beginner, covering all the basics to help you start sewing on your own, with a sewing project for each level. In this Level One class you’ll learn how to sew an apron. 


Learn to Sew with Janet Corzatt

Learn to teach the four level Beginning Sewing Program developed by Janet Corzatt. You will sew the project for each level and build a sample notebook of sewing skills as you learn how to teach these lessons to your students. Lesson plans and handouts are included as well as the notebook and a kit of fabrics and notions required for the samples. Learn how to teach skills, not just projects, and how to build a successful sewing program.


Learn to Sew Level One Apron Pattern
teacher-students learning to teach beginning sewing
Learn to Sew Levels Two and Three Robe and Pajama Pattern
Learn to Sew an Apron pattern and templates
Learn to Sew Level Two templates
Learn to Sew Level Three templates
Learn to teach beginning sewing.
Learn to teach beginning sewing with Janet Corzatt

This class is held at Sew-Op + Maker Space in Vancouver, WA, across the Columbia River from Portland, OR.

For Portlanders who don’t often cross the river, it’s easy. Traveling north on I-5, take Mill Plain exit toward Port of Vancouver, stay in the left lane. (The far left lane is not Mill Plain.) Turn left at light and move to the right lane. You are now on 15th Street. Turn right on Broadway. Sew-Op is in the green building on right—the first building you come to.

There is 2-hour free street parking in front of Sew-Op and extended parking four blocks east. For closer parking download the convenient Parking Kitty app. Use this City of Vancouver Parking Map to find more parking locations.

Sew-Op Exterior

1507 Broadway, Vancouver, WA 98663
near the corner of E. 15th and Broadway. Use the parking map link button above to find parking near Sew-Op.

Helen Bartley teaching a class at the Palmer/Pletsch Sew-Op Sewing School


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