ABOUT THIS EVENT
Arts & DIYNote: This is a multi-session event series. By purchasing the event package, you acknowledge that you can attend all event dates included below.
Learn how to drape with starting at the beginning. This is a fast paced class that takes you through all of the basics of draping in 6 weeks. We meet once a week for 3 hours.
Day- Sunday afternoon
* You need to know the basics of sewing and be able to sew a dart and put in a zipper to attend this class. If you need to master those skills first; you can attend open studio classes, private lessons or the sewing 101 classes that are listed.
Week 1 The Dress Form, Elements of Fabric, Draping Terminology, Transferring fabric to paper,Basic Bodice
Week 2 Basic Skirt & bodice, Fit issues
Week 3 Princess line dress, bodice and skirt
Week 4 Sleeve Variations
Week 5 Bodice Variations, Skirt Variations, Collars
Week 6 Original Draped Designed
This class is limited to 4 people. The studio is spaced out for social distancing. You must wear a face mask at all times, use hand sanitizer, and wipe down your space. Each person has a station with a sewing machine reserved for them, so no refunds are offered on classes. If you miss a class, links to videos on the topics covered will be provided that you can work through in your own time.
10 yards of muslin
Clear french curve
Hip curve ruler
Pattern drafting pinwheel
Pencils - no pens
2 inch clear ruler
4 invisible zippers that are 22’’ or longer
What to Bring
See supply list above.
All ages welcome
You need to know the basics of sewing and be able to sew a dart and put in a zipper to attend this class. If you need to master those skills first; you can attend open studio classes, private lessons or the sewing 101 classes that are listed.
All other materials to bring your project to life (sewing machines, sergers, etc)Cancellation Policy
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MORE ABOUT YOUR HOST
Anastasia Chatzka is a Chicago based fashion designer with over 20 years of sewing, pattern drafting, and design experience. She has refined her skills through the years while working with renowned industry professionals, including Betsey Johnson and Anna Sui. Anastasia also has a BFA in fashion design. She is also a brand ambassador for Husqvarna Viking sewing machines.
Anastasia is the owner of the Anastasia Chatzka clothing line and Sew Anastasia Sewing Studio where she designs, teaches sewing classes, and films the content for her YouTube sewing channel, Sew Anastasia.
To view Anastasia Chatzka’s Sewing YouTube Channel, please visit
Sew Anastasia on youtube