'Bellbird Wrap Top Workshop with Common Stitch' Waiting list

Learn how to make your own beautiful linen Bellbird Wrap Top from scratch using deadstock fabrics pre-destined for landfill. You will be guided every stitch of the way by local and sustainable design team - Common Stitch. Sizes range from 6 to 20. All materials, fabric and notions included. Must bring your own sewing machine. Sewing level: beginnner. Paddington, QLD.

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Be apart of the slow fashion revolution at this step-by-step wrap top workshop. Ali and Charlie (Common Stitch) will be there to help guide you along the way and give you assistance where required as you go at your own pace. You will be using fabrics leftover from large fashion houses that are usually  thrown into landfill or burnt at the end of the season. By using these fabrics we can further their life, bring awareness to this fashion issue and help our environment at the same time. Take home a completed wrap top (size range 6 - 20), a greater appreciation of clothing and become a part of a local sewing community.

Sewing level: Beginner

Must bring your sewing machine or machines can be hired from Common Stitch for an additional $20.

When: If you would like to be updated when the next Common Stitch sewing workshop is, please add your email to the notify me box.
Where: Biome Paddington, 2 Latrobe Tce. Brisbane.  Bus route from the city. Car parking behind our building.
Cost: $130 per person 
Inclusions: Bellbird Wrap Top Sewing Pattern + instructions, fabric and notions for your completed custom Bellbird Wrap Top to take home. Includes light refreshments. Participants enjoy 10% off in store purchases on the day.

Meet the Facilitator:

Common Stitch was created by Alison Pollard and Charlotte Mackay in 2018. With their combined backgrounds in fashion design, interior design and graphic design, the pair created Common Stitch; a sustainably responsible design studio. The main aim: to spread the act of slow learning and sustainable fashion choices, by passing along skills and sharing their combined knowledge.

Dedicating themselves to the act of slow learning has enabled Common Stitch to offer completed garments, sewing patterns, and complete sewing kits geared towards designers of all levels. Common Stitch is proudly an Australian made company, with all designs made in house in our Brisbane studio.

Limited spaces, so bookings are essential! All bookings must be made here online.  Please add only this product to your cart. 

The collective is a safe and inclusive space. Wheelchair accessible. All welcome.

Due to space restrictions and safety considerations, we can not accommodate any babies or young children (under 12).

Please see our program of all workshops here >


By purchasing this ticket to attend a workshop or event you are agreeing to these terms and conditions.


You hereby waive Biome, its officers and employees and any independent workshop facilitators from:

• any loss, damage, or theft incurred to personal property on the premises where the workshop or event is held; and

• any responsibility for damage, physical injuries or financial loss sustained as a result of participating in any workshop or event.


Should you cancel prior to 7 working days before the workshop, you will be refunded in full. Cancellations and refunds can not be processed in store, must be processed via the Collective please email collective@biome.com.au.

Cancellations 7 or less working days before the event will not be refunded, but you are welcome to transfer the place to somebody else.

We reserve the right to cancel the workshop and refund your money in full if we do not reach the minimum number of 8 persons booked for the workshop.

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