Sew along : In the blox
with Suzanne Schroder

Love sewing? Love the social side of lessons?


Suzanne has put together a gorgeous online course where you will learn to sew a gradual project, building skills and learning new techniques - by making a different block each week during isolation!


Each week you will get a pattern and a video lesson on how to sew your block of the week. These blocks can then be joined together to form a quilt, or smaller projects like cushions or a bag.

Suzanne will host a Facebook discussion group as part of this course so you will be able to interact with other students, share photos and ideas, ask questions and cheer each other on!


You will need access to a sewing machine and basic kit (scissors, pins, ruler, thread etc) and your choice of fabric.  You can use up what fabric you have on hand to make something beautiful and practical or you can purchase a  fabric pack to be sent in the mail (contact Suzanne using the button below if you require fabric)


This monthly program includes:

-Access to a private Facebook group where you can share photos, ask questions and interact with other students!

- Weekly online video lessons with Suzanne!

You can see examples of suzannes work and follow her class preparations on her Instagram page @Suzzimaggs or check out her website



Live classes will be held on Wednesdays- A replay will be available for you to watch later if you cannot attend at that time. 

Fees: This 12 week program is $255 which gives you twelve video lessons and patterns and access to the online community of sewers!

A payment plan of 3 x $85 is also available.



To enrol in these classes:

phone: call or sms Suzanne directly on 0402014503


Click here to send this teacher a message to enrol or request more information about classes

111 Wollombi Rd Cessnock  |  0412835865  | 


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Wild Learning acknowledges the Wonnarua people as the traditional custodians of the land we gather on.  We give our respect to Elders and Children, past present and future.   We also acknowledge the Awabakal people to the east and the Darkinjung people to the south, and all other Aboriginal peoples who now live within our community.

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