Model holding a rope tied to driftwood on beach; model wearing leggings and upcycled blue top.

A beginner sewing course for creative fashionistas.

  •  video lessons with visual demonstrations

  •  mini quizzes to affirm what you have learnt

  • templates for quicker sample making 

  • evaluation sheets to reflect on your progress

  • a discussion board for each module to use for questions and chatting to other students

  • a fun non qualification certificate upon completion

  • I recommend 1-2 weeks per module to give time for practice

  • a live Q&A virtual session every week – this would be a good chance to catch up on progress, address questions and have a nice fun chat over a glass of G&T

  • newfound confidence in your sewing and design skills


Student sample of a bodice with facing.


Following Eva’s introduction course to Sustainable Fashion was a great experience. It allowed me to deepen my sewing skills while having fun creating as well as meeting lovely people! 

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A variety of student samples of vests and bodices from upcycled materials.


Eva is very passionate about designing which is evident as the course is confidently delivered in a knowledgeable yet relaxed way.  The course provides you with the confidence to sew and Eva puts you, as a student, at ease, as she always provides feedback with encouragement. Will definitely recommend to any of my friends, and their siblings (younger generation would very much be interested in this – if not, they should be!)  Thanks Eva  - great course from a great instructor and designer !!! 

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A variety of student samples of vests and bodices from upcycled materials.


The course exceeded my expectations! I didn't expect to learn as much I did, and so easily! I feel inspired to design, and to continue learning! 

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How much time should I spend on each module?

Ultimately it is up to you how long you spend on each module but on average 1 - 2 weeks per module are recommended. You may find some modules easier and quicker to complete than others, which may take you a little longer. This would depend on the things you enjoy most about sewing and fashion design and on your previous experience.

How much fabric would I need for sample making?

The amount of fabric you would need would depend on the amount of samples you are planning to make for each module. Around 2 metres of fabric (or different fabrics to create more colourful and fun samples) would be sufficient but you can use more to make more samples if you prefer.

Are the Q&A sessions compulsory?

The Q&A live sessions are not compulsory. However, students have found them very useful. They are a place to meet other students in small groups, compare your learning experiences and also ask questions about things that you have found a little difficult. The sessions are for your benefit and will keep you motivated as you go, so while they are not compulsory - it is recommended that you are part of them as much as possible.

Do I get a certificate once I complete the course?

This is a fun non-qualification course for fashion hobbyists and craft lovers. Upon completion of the course you will be emailed a non-qualification certificate. This is not an official document but it is a token of your achievement.