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2224 S. Kinnickinnic ave
milwaukee, wi 53207

Featuring the work of over 95 independent designers from around the United States.  Carrying everything from handmade dresses, printed tees for men and women, ties, jewelry, soaps and body products, handbags, accessories, gifts, and so much more. 

Classes and Workshops

Current Class Schedule, class descriptions and Sign up Forms



  • Please pre-register for classes. Payment is due at time of registration. Pay over the phone by credit card during business hours at (414)747-9229, stop in the store, or buy now with Paypal.
  • Classes are limited to 6 people to ensure proper instruction; be sure to reserve your spot EARLY.
    Must have at least 3 students per class or participants will be moved to the next available date.
  • All students must provide their own machine and certain supplies for each class. (There are two machines available for a $5 rental fee, first come first served)
  • Cancellation due to emergency will be issued a payment credit which may be used towards a future class.
  • Students receive a 20% discount on supplies the day of class.

Current Class Schedule


**FULL*** Tuesday July 8th 7-9 PM

Tuesday August 5th 7-9 PM


Weds July 9th  6-9:30PM

WedS August 6th   6-930 PM


$55 :::: 3.5 hours

    We will get your sewing career started with an introduction to basic pattern making that you’ll be able to build upon with experience. You’ll leave with a handmade shirt and a great understanding of clothing construction.
    You must have a basic understanding of sewing machine operation or have taken Welcome to the Machine.

Basic pattern making + top/tee design
Knit v. woven, selecting fabric
Constructing a garment
Learning your sewing tools


- A well-fitting, basic knit t-shirt that can be cut up (can be thrifted!)
- sewing machine (with needle, bobbin, thread and peddle)
- notebook, pen, scissors, pins, fabric chalk, measuring tape
- 2 yards knit fabric suitable for tops, tees (not woven, must stretch)
** knit fabric and chalk available for purchase


$30 :::: 2 hours

    Be introduced to the sewing machine in this thorough, hands-on class. You must have your own working machine to bring in.
No prior sewing experience is necessary.

Types of stitches, bobbin winding, seam allowance
Fabric types, thread and needle sizes
Basic sewing techniques


- sewing machine (with needle, bobbin, thread and peddle)
- notebook, pen, scissors, pins
- OPTIONAL: scrap fabric/clothing, machine manual


LEGGINGS 101 :: Instructed by BREE ROSE 

$60 :::: 4 hours

Imagine the wardrobe possibilities… if you could make your OWN leggings! Students will use one pattern provided in the following sizes: XS/S, S/M, M/L, L/XL. Elastic and pattern are included in the class fee; knit fabric is available for purchase.

You must have a basic understanding of sewing machine operation or have taken 'Welcome to the Machine.' (A serger will be on hand for those who have experience.)

Fabric selection
Pattern layout + cutting
Leggings construction + waistband installation
Hem leggings


- sewing machine (with needles, bobbin, thread and peddle) 
- notebook, pen, scissors, pins, fabric chalk, measuring tape and thread
- 2-3 yards STRETCH knit fabric suitable for leggings
** knit fabric and chalk available for purchase



:::KNITTING 101 - Breaking it Down:::   Instructed by Lyndzi Miller

$15 ::: Two Hours

This class will cover the basics of knitting, what you need, how to start, and what all the little extra do-dads involved actually do. We will cover what kind of yarn is best for beginners, what size needles will be most comfortable, how to read a pattern, and the easiest projects for someone just picking up the craft.

Skills learned will include: casting on, knitting, purling, casting off


-Pair of Size 8 Needles (bamboo needles available in shop)

Yarn and pattern will be provided

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::HAND PAINTED YARN - Dying Perfection::: Instructed by Lyndzi Miller

$30 ::: Two Hours

Ever wanted a specific color for that new knitting or crochet project but nothing in the store was just right? This class will demonstrate the multitude of ways to dye yarn, how to dye different types of yarn, what is the best fiber to dye and with what, and a hands-on tutorial of actually dying yarn.
We will go over fiber content, the science of dye, dying techniques, and which technique will yield the results you're looking for. There's an endless array of methods to experiment with but finding the method that will work perfectly for the project you have in mind is the real art.

Students will actually get their hands on some bare yarn, test out how acid dyes pigment and stain, plan out what color-way they want their yarn to be as well as be assisted in making their plans come true by the experience instructor.
Students will come away from this class knowing the do's and do-not's of dying, the science behind the process, and be able to successfully nail down that perfect color or tone of yarn they are searching for.


-All supplied provided with cost of class


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