Ocean Keys Sewing Centre

Shop 2,1868 Marmion Avenue Clarkson (08) 9407 7285

 Faye Peskett
Proprietor
oceankeyssewing@bigpond.com

08 9407 7285


If you wish to receive class notes and be on our VIP list , please contact Fayes on the above address.

 

Ocean Keys Sewing Centre

Shop 2 / 1868 Marmion Ave

CLARKSON WA 6030

Phone 9407 7285 

Email oceankeyssewing@bigpond.com

July 2017

‘Your Partner in Sewing’

New: Some items shown on club day and photos of our projects can now be seen on our face book page- don’t forget to like us. Go onto Facebook and find - Ocean Keys Sewing Centre

 

Bernina Design Studio – OESD.

The web site has changed and now you can shop at home, with the option of coming into the store still available.

You can go to my web page www.oceankeyssewing.com.au, and at the bottom of the page select links and select the Embroidery Design Studio logo (blue butterfly right side of page). When on the OESD site please select from STORE – Ocean Keys Sewing as it earns me good support benefits, i.e. I can still assist you and notify about up and coming specials.

While there don’t forget to check out the free designs and specials.

 

Wednesday mornings            Sewing Group                        9.30 to 12 noon

Christine

This sewing group is where you come along with your projects and machines and sew in a friendly atmosphere with others that have similar interests. Be a beginner or more experienced all are welcome to come along and sew in a very friendly atmosphere.

Please note you will need a pattern as we do not do pattern drafting, for beginners look for the easy patterns available from all major pattern suppliers. Christine will help with adjusting patterns to make certain that they will fit.

Tea/coffee/ water is provided.                                                        Cost $20.00 per class

 

Thursday 6th                  Look and Learn Club                               from 10am

 

            Our aim is to hold an informal and relaxed friendly meeting. We are hoping that ladies will bring along sewing items to show, and to hopefully inspire us all.

Everyone working here does enjoy these sessions and hope that you all do as well.  We will have our samples for the coming month’s classes to show and if time would just slow down we may even get the opportunity to sew for ourselves and show these items as well – no promises though...

If there is something new in the market place and we know about it, we will show it, or if we don’t know and you mention it we will endeavour to find out more for you.

If you are having a problem, chances are someone else had the same thing so please ask and hopefully we or someone at the meeting can help.

 

Afterwards stay around for morning tea/coffee.

Cost is a minimum of $2 which goes towards morning tea.

 

 

Saturday 8th and 22th     Patchwork Saturday Morning                  10am to 12.30pm

Faye

This is a class where you bring along what you are sewing and I am here to help. If you are uncertain about how to finish a project, or just lost inspiration, then this is the day to come along and hopefully get it finished.

Cost $20.00 per class

 

Monday 10th & 24th                 Sewing for Someone                      1pm to 4pm

Faye              

            Our popular charity sewing sessions are still popular. The sewing is not difficult and it is a fun way to learn patchwork and at the same time help make a young child’s life a little better.

If you are a beginner or more experienced it doesn’t matter - all are welcome. All you need to bring is your sewing machine, threads, pins and scissors then we will supply the rest. We are making small ‘cuddle’ quilts for Foster Kids WA. 

Check out how many quilts we have finished on our Facebook page.           FREE

 

Friday 14th                              U.F.O. Craft time                              10am to 2. 00pm.

Faye                                      

U.F.O. is short for Un Finished Objects,

If you have a bag, table runner or quilt stashed away and you are uncertain what or how to finish it, or just lost inspiration, then this is the day to come along and hopefully get it finished.

            This is also a great class for anyone who has a project (i.e. Cot quilt, table- runner or quilt) that they particularly wish to make but need help in doing so or a beginner who just needs assistance in getting started.

 

You need to supply your own lunch                                                         Cost $25.00 per class

 

Tuesday 18th                 Club Baby Lock                      9.30am to 2.30am

Lynne and Faye

 

            This monthly class is designed to get you familiar with the Baby Lock over locker.

Learn how this machine operates and the features on it. This class is meant to help you get to know and understand your machine better making the overlocking experience much more enjoyable.

            A handy Jewelry roll is this month’s project. It is decorated using flat locking and for those who have the wave there is wave flat locking. The outer edge is piped and a ring bar along with a zippered pocket is on the inside with an elastic strap to hold it nice and neat.

 

You need to supply your own lunch.

 

This project will be shown on club day.                Cost $40.00 per class includes sample fabrics             

Friday 21st                           Small Patchwork Project                 9.30am to 1.30pm

Faye

            This time we are just making some sample blocks to explain what a disappearing four and nine patch is as well as the twist and turn disappearing nine patch. Then we are going to show how to measure and prepare binding as well as the method where you have a small peeper of a different colour and it is all machined sewn.

 

You need to supply your own lunch                                             Cost $35.00 per class plus fabrics

           

Tuesday 25th                Meet Your Overlocker           9.30am to 12 noon

Faye

          Scared of your overlocker? Well then, this class is designed for you.

Don’t know which is the upper looper or the lower looper? Scared of tensions or just don’t know how to thread it. Learn how to treat your overlocker as a friend not an enemy.

            We will explain the mystery of your overlocker. We will go through the 2 ways of threading, tensions, normal 4 and 3 thread over-locking, roll hems and explain all about differential feed.

At the end of this class you will be surprised how easy it is to become its pal.  It does not matter how old or which brand of overlocker you own but it must be in good working order.

Booking is necessary and class size will be limited.

 

Cost $35.00 includes fabric and threads to use in the class.

 

Friday 28th                     Bag of the Month                             9.30am to 2.30pm

Faye

            A patchworked shoulder bag is our bag this month. Simple piecing of a dew fabrics to make a panel for the front flap, front and back which is simply quilted to give it a little body. A magnetic clip is used to keep the bag closed.

 

You need to supply your own lunch                                 Cost $35.00 per class. Plus, fabrics

 

August 2017

 

 

Thursday 3rd                  Look and Learn Club                               from 10am

 

            Our aim is to hold an informal and relaxed friendly meeting. We are hoping that ladies will bring along sewing items to show, and to hopefully inspire us all.

We do enjoy these sessions and hope that you all do as well and hopefully have our samples for the coming month’s classes to show and if time would just slow down we may even get the opportunity to sew for ourselves and show these items as well – no promises though...

If there is something new in the market place and we know about it, we will show it, or if we don’t know and you mention it we will endeavour to find out more for you.

 

Afterwards stay around for morning tea/coffee.

Cost is a minimum of $2 which goes towards morning tea.

 

2017 WA Craft Show

4th, 5th and 6th August

Claremont Showgrounds

Hopefully I will see you there!

 

Patchworking, quilting, applique, scrapbooking, exciting Bernina sewing machine technology.

Jewellery and lace making, mixed media art, felting, crochet and making teddy bears and more.   

 

 

         


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