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Improve your sewing techniques

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3 hours of perfecting your skills with Julie

A deeper understanding of sewing

Your beautiful reversible patchwork scarf


per person

The workshop in detail

  • 3h
  • 1 to 2 participants
  • 15 years min.
  • This workshop is reserved for those who have already had a basic introduction and wish to progress in this skill.

    Dive deep into the art of sewing with Julie!

    For this workshop, you'll need to have mastered straight machine sewing.

    Over 3 hours, you'll have the opportunity to create a completely personalised scarf while honing your skills in the advanced technique of reversible patchwork.

    Upon your arrival, you'll be warmly welcomed with a drink in a friendly and creatively conducive atmosphere. After a brief tour of the workshop, you'll delve into the intricacies of reversible patchwork and explore all the suitable tools.

    Let your inspirations run wild as you carefully select the fabrics that will compose your textile masterpiece. You'll refine your cutting skills, creating a scarf that reflects your unique style.

    The sewing machine will then become your best friend. You'll navigate the intricacies of reversible patchwork technique to produce your one-of-a-kind piece.

    Once you've added the final touches, you'll leave with your beautiful scarf and a brand new sewing skill to add to your repertoire.

    Workshop location

    The studio is easily accessible by public transport.

    This place is not accessible to people with reduced mobility.

    Additional information

    Languages of the workshop


    Practical information

    As soon as you arrive at the workshop, the textile designer will give you a warm welcome and share a drink with you.

    Wecandoo - Meet Julie

    Meet Julie

    Textile designer

    Meet Julie, a passionate textile designer who has elevated upcycling to a true art form.

    She breathes new life into vintage and artisanal textiles from diverse cultures by crafting unique pieces, all handmade in Brussels.

    Julie first pursued her studies in Applied Arts in France before settling in Brussels to further her expertise in fashion styling and textile design at La Cambre. It was here that she developed a fascination with the language and history of fabrics, as well as patterns and artisanal techniques.

    With a rich and varied background, this self-taught artist made her debut in Haute Couture and the world of entertainment, collaborating with legends like Jean-Paul Gaultier in Paris and dressing numerous artists for their stage performances.

    In 2011, Julie took destiny into her own hands by launching her own creative studio. Today, she oversees every step of the creative process, from conception to production and distribution.

    Her creations have made waves at numerous festivals and exhibitions, both in Belgium and abroad, from alternative events during Brussels Fashion Week to Bangkok and Geneva. In 2018, her works even found their place in the Brussels Lace and Fashion Museum.

    The designer is passionate about textiles and their history, as well as the origin of patterns across cultures and eras. Her approach is deeply committed, placing responsible consumption and the promotion of artisanal craftsmanship at the heart of her creation.

    Her boutique studio, nestled in the heart of the Marolles district, mirrors her persona: a place that's charming and inspiring, where creativity reigns supreme.

    Join Julie's workshop and breathe life into pieces imbued with meaning and history.

    1 comment

    Janina G

    Janina G


    Atelier du Jeudi 18/04/24 Belle rencontre. Atelier apportant des "astuces" et un savoir faire pour réaliser des projets. de couture. Merci pour cette belle soirée


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