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Cuddle Throw Virtual Class

Please note:  Class kits vary.   Please check with store to select your kit from the choices available. 

If you would like to preorder a fabric of choice, please view the available cuts here.  Preorders must be placed by December 30 to guarantee arrival by the class date.

Fabric Requirements: Luxe Cuddle® 2 yds.

Other Supplies:
Walking Foot (recommended for the Cuddle®)
90/14 Stretch needle Long
flower-head pins
Wonder Clips
Coordinating thread
Basic sewing supplies

Skill Level: beginner
Skill Details:
Materials Included: Class Fee includes kit (fabric, pattern & thread) to complete a throw (approx. 36
Instructor Bio: Hi guys! I?m Ajaire and I?d love to tell you a little more about myself, but before all that, if you?re just curious how to pronounce Ajaire you can hear me say it in the first few seconds of the video in the middle of this post. In my former life (pre-marriage and baby, hehe) I was a computer programmer living outside Seattle, WA. I met my soon-to-be husband and in 2009 we decided to move back east to be closer to our families in Massachusetts. Fast forward a few years and we?re now living in Montgomery County Maryland where I?m fortunate enough to be able to stay home with our nine year old daughter, Bean and our 19 month old daughter, Kitty. I?ve always loved making. At an early age I started cross stitching and sewing and then I taught myself to knit and crochet during college. When Bean was born I was filled with all sorts of inspiration and started sewing up a storm, but lets face it: with a little one in the house there?s not a lot of sewing time and lots of mind-wandering-inspiration time and for me the best part is the design/plan phase of a project. Sew-alongs really lit a fire under me in terms of deadlines and themes and without them I might have had a ton of UFOs hanging around the sewing machine. I started getting serious about drafting clothing patterns when Bean was a baby. I spent those first few years reading all the library books about design I could get my hands on as well as taking online courses. My background in Computer Science meant that I got really excited about all the math and spreadsheets and I knew I had found something I could really be passionate about. I didn?t release my first pattern for sale until I knew I had learned all I could to produce an excellent product. That included a lot of time in our amazing sewing/blogging community just sewing and sharing and enjoying what other people were sewing and sharing. I adore our community and continue to grow and learn from other designers (and my amazing testers!) all the time.
Class Fee includes 2 yards of fabric, thread and pattern as well as access to the class via Zoom.

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Included Materials



This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.
To adequately prepare for classes and events, we ask that you please register at least 2 weeks prior to the start date.  Your space in class will not be held withhout payment.  Each class has a minimum, and maximum, number of students and may fill, or be cancelled, prior to your payment.

If a
minimum number of students is not met, you will be notified, and your class fees refunded, at least 1 week prior to the class start date.  If you need to cancel cancel, please call the store at least 1 week prior to class for a full refund. No refunds of class or kit fees will be issued for cancellations under 1 week before the class start date. No shows will forfeit class and kit fees.

Upon registration you will be emailed a list of supplies needed for the class. All supplies should be purchased prior to class. Classes typically do not include time to purchase supplies. Unless otherwise noted, all supplies are available at Sew What! Inc.  Students will receive a 10% discount on all supplies listed.

We are diligent about enforcing copyright laws; if a book, pattern or embroidery design is required for a class, each student must purchase their own copy. There are no exceptions.

Students should bring their sewing machine with all of the appropriate parts (including the instruction manual, foot control and power cord). Students must be familiar with the basic operation (i.e. winding a bobbin and threading the machine) of their machine for creative classes, and the machine must be in good working condition. Alternatively, a student may pre-register to rent a sewing machine (when avail;able) for creative classes at a rental rate of $15 per class session.  Students who experiences great difficulty with their sewing machine during class may need to rent a machine.

Please be considerate of others. Do not bring children to class, wear heavy perfume or use cell phones during class. Please be prepared to start class on time.  Our doors typically open 30 minutes prior to your class start time to allow you to set up your sewing space. Classes begin and end promptly at the scheduled time.