These offers are for a limited time and only until sold out for the specific dates and workshops.
- Scheduled from 6 pm with a 1-hour break halfway through the workshop for a bite to eat at your choice of Brunswick Street’s vibrant eateries.
- Members enjoy a DOUBLE discount on Friday night workshops. That’s 34% off when members book in (your discount is applied automatically when a paid member enters their email during the booking process).
- Mates rates! Two for the price of one when you book with a friend in Friday night workshops.
View the 2021 planner, save all the dates now and invite your friends to attend with you for more savings – click here.
Click on your choice of workshop below and see the full discounts.
The bookings and cancellations policy applies, for bookings or part bookings transferred to a non-Friday workshop, the difference must be paid.
Appropriate fabrics are 100% natural fibres, no synthetics or polyesters, no glitter or metallic prints. Breathability and softness is essential. Consider going through your linen cupboard for old natural fibre sheets.
Liners should be 100% natural fibres: cotton, bamboo, linen – blends and styles of these are OK but no polyester, synthetics or fabrics that have plastic or glitter. Any print is fine! Breathability and softness are the priority: think about what you would put next to a baby’s bare skin. Wool cannot be used for a pouch liner.
Update 12 January:
We have some people question if we should still go ahead with our sewing sessions for bushfire impacted animals. Some collection points have asked people to stop sending items due to rescue organisations advising they are currently at capacity with these items.
Given we are still two months away from the end of the fire season, we think it is worthwhile to still make items. We have three Mondays, the last being Australia Day and we can send items after that (or earlier if the situation changes).
Many of these animals will need to be in care for quite sometime and while the first wave of need maybe catered for, I feel that there will be need later on when the fires are not still fresh in our mind.
If you want to still join us, we’d love to have you!
It is here! Our next Crochet Club.
We want to introduce you to the crochet designers that you should be crushing hard on.
In this fortnightly club, you will learn how to make the Katie Jones Flower Poncho with Amy.
This Easter join us at Thread Den to add to your #MeMade wardrobe. Choose our popular skirt workshop: a classic circle skirt to be held over Friday and Saturday afternoon, or a one off workshop featuring the Indie pattern designer – Pauline Alice – making the Reina Blouse on Sunday and Monday.
If you live far away from Melbourne, this is a lovely chance to come to town, stay a night and sew up a storm with us.
To make these special Easter workshops more fun, we have a goodie bags with surprises from our friends inside. Those that have put in goodies include; Maison Burlesque, Homelealass, Cinema Nova, Spruce Craft Co, Ethical Clothing Company, Megan Nielsen Patterns, Closet Case Patterns, Jimmy Buttons.
Learn to sew from scratch in six weeks.
In the lead up to Melbourne Fashion Week learn about sewing machines, jargon, fabrics, tools and a lot more with us! at the Melbourne City Library. In this focused course, learn to sew on a domestic sewing machine, meet people working in the fashion industry and running their own small businesses and make three items to take home.
- Saturdays, 12pm to 1:30pm; 4 August, 11 August, 18 August, 25 August, 1 September & 8 September.
- Cost: $20, participants will need to supply some materials.
- The course runs for six weeks and participants must commit to all six sessions.
- For 15 to 30 years, bookings essential.
Activity Space, City Library – 253 Flinders Lane, Melbourne VIC 3000
03 9658 9500
The photos from our Garden Party with Gertie (November 2017) are up on Facebook! Click here. We are missing photos of a couple of people – please feel free to send us photos to be added if you took fabulous photos on the day too.
Gertie is wearing her Charm Pattern’s Lamour Dress with beautiful rhinestones and her hat is by London based Atelier Millinery.
Danielle is wearing the Charm Pattern’s Rita Blouse made from a Gertie Fabric. The circle skirt is from Christine’s and the hot pink topper is from Mr Individual Melbourne. Shoes from Miz Mooz