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Garment Sewing Group

Garment Sewing Group meets tomorrow! Join us for this monthly meeting featuring garments, pattern modification and review, and the latest news in the sewing world.

You will be provided with tips, techniques and new ideas that are sure to inspire you. Current fashion, chic wear, proper fit, children’s wear and home dec are just some of the topics we will explore.

Fee for Garment Sewing Group is $10. Your first meeting is free.
Plus, Group attendees get 10% off regularly-priced fabrics at Treadle on club day!

Garment Sewing Group meets IN-STORE
10:30 a.m. on Saturday, October 9



 
A selection of shares from last month's Garment Sewing Group meeting!

Wool Boucle

These new designer wool boucle coatings in the store are a delightful play of color and texture! Designer pieces like these are always such a fun find for us - we snap them up whenever we can!

With cold weather coming, it's time to start sewing your new winter wraps. And nothing helps you beat the grey midwinter blahs like a pretty, colorful, cheerful coat!

Shop our wools here! - We're adding more to our online shop all the time!




Friday Fun Fact!

Which thread is right for your project?

At Treadle, we carry two varieties of high-quality Metrosene thread: 100% Polyester and 100% Cotton. They're both great, all-purpose threads, but which one is right for which fabric?

Cotton is a beautiful thread that's a bit plumper and shows up well for topstitching. Choose cotton when sewing wovens like cotton broadcloth, linen, rayon, wool, and silk. It's particularly good for delicates! Hand sewing is also much easier when you use cotton thread.

Polyester is ideal for sewing knits; its extra strength and slight stretch help you sew successful stretchy seams. It's also a great choice any time you need a little extra strength, such as tote bags, home decor, and garments with heavy wear.

Avoid polyester for silk and delicates; this tough thread can actually cut into the fibers of your fabric! Poly is also not ideal for hand sewing as it tends to tangle and shred.





You can tell Metrosene Poly and Cotton threads apart by the spool color! 

Purple spool: Cotton

Red spool: Polyester


Ordering fabric online? Count on us to match thread perfectly when you add it to your fabric order.

Order threads here!

Classes Coming Up!

Wow! We have had a great response to our new class schedule! Here's what's coming up with space still available.
 
When Rebecca showed us this quilt top, we were all blown away! She'll show you how to strip-piece this classic Lone Star the easy way.


Cost: $ 115

Sundays 1:00 - 4:00
October 10, 17, 24

Spend a weekend sewing with us! It's a sewing retreat right here in St. Paul! You'll get so much done, enjoy some camaraderie, and there are plenty of lunch options nearby. 


Cost: $ 155

Friday & Saturday 10:00 - 5:00
October 22 & 23
 
What's the use of a garment without pockets? Learn to put pockets in anything to stow your essentials with style.


Cost: $ 45
Saturday 10:00 - 1:00
Nov 6



Happy Sewing,
Michele and the Treadlettes
1338 Grand Ave. St Paul, MN 55105     651.698.9690
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