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Start making your own curtains and pillow cases, even if you don't have a sewing machine
Vancouver seamstress Sheila Wong will help you become a sewing expert
Say you’d like some hot new table linens or pillow slips for your living space, but don’t have the coin to shell out for retail. Normally you’d consider a DIY project, but without a sewing machine and/or a good recollection of Grade 9 Home Economics, you might end up in a tangle of needle and thread.
Enter local seamstress and DIY-diva Sheila Wong and her nifty downtown Vancouver sewing studio. For less than a burger and beer you can get your rick-rack on at one of the professional machines and sew up a storm for an hour (or more).
Not sure what you’re doing? They’ve got sewing classes too.
Got fabric-loving friends? Host a sewing bee, silly.
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