I just signed up for a fun sewing course at Homemade London. Found it online. Apparently it has just open its door for business since August this year and its owner was a BBC TV producer for the past 10 years. The teachers they hired are professionals in the industries.
I mentioned it's fun because the place actually have a casual pleasant environment. They serve wine and snacks while you attend the class. They want the classes to be like social classes. Cool eh?
5 years ago I bought a mini sewing machine but I didn't know how to use it nor fix it when the thread got tangled. After a few months, I gave it up. Am so looking forward to learning how to use a sewing machine again. It will be a good skill to pick up even if it is just gonna be a basic one.
Well, I have signed up online but I have yet checked out the place in person. So hopefully it meets my expectation.