Class 1: An eight week course that teaches basic sewing skills, sewing related English vocabulary, and the basics of retail selling
Class 2: An intermediate class that continues with more advanced sewing techniques and more ESL
Class 3: A third level where students have met our quality standards and are encouraged to make artisan items to sell
Our knitting group meets on Tuesdays, 9:30am-12:30pm. We welcome all levels and work on projects that include both knitting and crocheting techniques.
Monday 9am-12pm Advanced drop-in sewing
Tuesdays 9:30am-12:30pm Knitting
Wednesdays 9am-12pm Intermediate Sewing
Thursdays 9am-12pm Beginning Sewing
Fridays 9am-12pm Intermediate Sewing
Note: Priority of Sewing Machines is given to the students in the class that takes place on the day they are assigned to (i.e. On Wednesdays the intermediate sewing students will have privileges of using a machine over a beginning sewing student).
Contact us if you would like to attend a class, visit our studio, or refer a student to our program.
As of March of 2013 we moved from one great workspace to another thanks to our supportive partners. A heartfelt thank you from the students and volunteers of Artisans For Hope to Steve West at Centra Consulting and Tom and Barbara Mannschreck at Thomas Development Co. You have given us space; sponsored our facility and utilities cost; and have been terrific neighbors.