NOVA Sewing Studio offers affordable classes and private lessons to new and experienced students. We also have Brownie Try-Its, summer camps, sewing parties, and consultations in an intimate and creative environment.
Theresa's top was finished just in time for the warmer weather ahead. She is planning to make a coordinating skirt, so check back to see her progress.
This dress is Ashley's very first sewing project. She chose a really great lightweight fabric for this halter dress.
Black lace over red fabric gives these fingerless gloves an extra edge. Not sure what the dress code for Middle School is...
Isn't this a great second project? Sewing this cozy fleece robe gave Eliza experience working with fleece - quite different from working with other fabrics.
This knit top pattern was plain but we decided to add the embellishment along the top when the neckline ended up being too open.
Rachel used the paper pattern as a jump-off point to her own creativity, tweaking the details to her own design preferences.
This fabric came all the way from Mood Fabric in NYC (made famous on Project Runway). Molly made good use of it turning it into a very sophisticated skirt.
This was Amanda's first project. Didn't it turn out great?! Some beginning sewers are a little apprehensive about making garments, but some patterns are simple and can build valuable sewing skills. This fits her so well and she was thrilled that she could make the skirt a length suitable for her tall build.
A nice, neat pair of pajama pants for her husband. This was one of Bettina's first projects.
A vibrant fleece robe for Lindsay. We took care to match up the colors on the fabric to give it a more polished look.
Skinny jeans, customized with an "R" on the back pocket. Go Rachel!
This dress is very flowy and required a lot of fabric. It took several classes to complete it but the fit was amazing and Kim was really pleased with the results.
Gorgeous fabric, amazing fit, super versatile. This dress pattern called for a back zipper but we decided it didn't need one. It's good to keep and open mind and be flexible. The pattern is a guide more than the last word.
Cecilia made this for her Twilight-loving sister. That was a lot of fabric!
Little red riding hood costume - attracts wolves and anyone who likes a little theatrics.
A Japanese kimono that can be used as, both, a costume and a robe. So much fun to wear!
This over-the-shoulder school bag was made from another student's extra fabric. It's great to be able to recycle sewing supplies.
This bag was improvised for her notebook. Check out the very cool decoration.
Rebecca made three of these bags as gifts (in different fabrics). The bag can be rolled up into a little pouch until needed.
Who wouldn't want one of these super-comfortable and stylish semi-wrap dresses? A staple in any wardrobe.
Christine brought in a cozy fleece dog coat and we created a pattern from it. Here is the new coat she made from the pattern. Lucky dog!
It hasn't been that cold this winter, but who could resist wearing this faux-fur wrap anyway? Keisha is on trend for this season.
There is a very wide variety of patterns for American Girl/18" dolls. This pattern, for a zippered sleeping bag, was pretty straightforward and resulted in a very cozy bag.
This is a first project for Eliza. She did such a great job following the pattern and constructing this top. Very impressive.
Here is a bag "inspired" by an expensive one purchased at a party. It is a deceptively simple-looking bag but actually required quite a few pieces and a certain amount of concentration when putting it all together. Sometimes making something from scratch gives you an appreciation for the cost of time and labor. Turned out great!
A doll dress as gift to her sister as they celebrate "sister day". Since it was a surprise, we improvised on a pattern to make it exactly the right size for her sister's doll.
This cushion was custom-made to fit onto a hallway chair. The cushion was from Ikea and was reshaped to the exact measurements of the chair. Really nice fabric too.
Sometimes, finding out that you don't have enough fabric required for a project can lead to a creative solution. The fabric shortage was resolved by introducing the red highlights. Looks even better than if it was all one fabric!
The fabric of this flowy blouse is super-slinky and a little challenging to work with. Didn't Kim do an amazing job?
Love this decorative pillow! This very creative student designed her own applique. She mail-ordered the blue burlap fabric after seeing another pillow made out of burlap and liking the texture.
Can you say knock-off? This skirt was "inspired" by an original purchased skirt. We created a pattern and then customized. Pretty cool, right?!
Aren't these thumbless gloves fun?! This is two layers of fabric - under layer and lace.
First class, first time using a paper pattern, first skirt = success!
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