Machine Embroidery Private Lessons at Fabricate Studios in Atlanta

Private Lesson: Machine Embroidery {Travel}



A one-on-one lesson designed around your questions, on your embroidery machine.

To get your lesson on the schedule, please refer to the calendar below and provide the date and instructor your are requesting.

Personalized instruction, specific to your machine and the projects you’re attempting. Contact us via email ([email protected]) to compare schedules and arrange a session.

Our instructor, Jen from The Little Nest, teaches machine embroidery private lessons at our studio on Howell Mill Rd in Atlanta. We try to book as soon as possible, but please note that it may be 2 weeks from date of registering online.

This 2 hour session will cover the different types of stabilizers and which type to use for your project, the different types of projects you can create, hooping versus floating, tips and suggestions based on the projects you would like to focus on, where to purchase supplies, and we will ensure you can stitch your first project. Please note some of the 2 hours will be used for set up and clean up before and after your lesson.

Feel free to check Jen’s website for inspiration on projects you’d like to learn about and jot down any questions you have about the projects she has completed so the lesson can be tailored to your needs.

This listing includes travel fees to student’s location.

We will schedule lessons to accommodate schedules. Once you have paid for your lesson, email us at [email protected] with EMBROIDERY PRIVATE LESSON in the subject line and we will compare schedules.

  • Your embroidery machine and manual
  • Sample projects
  • Embroidery bobbin thread
  • Embroidery thread
  • Scraps of fabric to practice on – a simple piece of white cotton or knit fabric works great

Check out Heather’s influencer page on (affiliate link) Amazon where she has boards with her favorite embroidery products as well as items she uses for sewing and more! If you are just getting started and don’t yet have supplies to use or practice with, a great starter kit is the Embroidex Kit shown on the embroidery board.