Sewing with Jersey Fabric using the Alabama Studio method

Sewing jersey fabric using the Alabama Studio Method
Sewing jersey with an overlocker is a breeze but there is another method – we will be sewing with jersey fabric using the Alabama Method. Try out something a bit different with jersey!
We will be using hand stitching but don’t worry if you aren’t confident with your hand sewing skills – they will improve with use!
You will use a range of hand embroidery stitches and thread.

Discover using jersey for appliqué. Felled Seams. Cross stitches. Herringbone, feather, whipped, and chevron hand-stitches to construct your unique jersey garment.

We will provide the jersey fabric and a pattern for either a simple top or cardigan. sewing pattern.
It will be helpful if you can cut out your garment before the course.
Thank you to Sewing Bee Corinne for the inspiration!
Course suitable for intermediate and experience dressmakers
  • Cost: £74.00 including materials
  • Date: 15 June 2019
  • Times: 10am – 4pm
  • Venue: The Ropewalk, Barton-upon-Humber
To book your specialist course you can:

  • Call Jane on: 07946 648748 or 01482 840712
  • Email Jane on:
  • For card payment by phone please call Jane on 07946 648748/01482 840712

We also accept payment by Paypal

Workshop terms and conditions:

  • To secure a place on the course fees are payable in advance.  Unpaid for bookings cannot be held.
  • Sorry, fees are non-refundable.
  • Tuition outside the course dates will be charged extra.
  • Jane White Couture Tuition reserves the right to cancel or change the date of courses.
  • Sewing machines, overlockers and any other electrical equipment brought to the venue must have a current PAT certificate and use is at the tutor’s discretion.
  • The cost of materials is included in the course fee unless otherwise stated. There may be a small fee payable on the day to cover additional materials not included in the fee.
  • The course information is an outline. The amount of work completed during the session will depend on your pre-existing skills and pace of work.

Thank you Corinne for the inspiration!