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2711 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4N 2H8, Canada • Visit Website »

Sew a slouchy leather bag with Sew Be It Studio in Toronto, Canada.


How did you get started?

I love sewing and wanted to share the love and benefit of the skill. Whether you do it for living or as a hobby, its a great craft to learn as it helps build confidence and release the daily stress. I also wanted to change people perception that sewing is not just for old people. I wanted to create a studio that will take sewing to a new level, and bring it back with a modern twist. So in 2005, Sew be it studio was born.

Where are you located?

We are now in our new home, 2711 Yonge street, in mid town Toronto. Its a great neighborhood. Its friendly, loaded with shops, restaurants and cafes. Its on the subway line and have sufficient parking.

Which products do you specialise in?

Pretty much anything to do with sewing. Patterns, notions, fabrics, trims and sewing machines.

Do you have a particular favorite product that you sell?

Love the heat and bond! Its a great little sewing tools to help with any sort of surface embellishment. Great for kids as well.!

What's on the stereo?

We play everything except heavy metal, gospel, and country music. Anything CBC we love!

Where else should we visit in your area?

We are on a main street, so just take walk toward Eglinton and you will find all the boutiques, cafes and restaurants.

Do you host any workshops, classes or special events?

Yes. we offer sewing classes and workshops all year round.

Is there anything else you'd like us to know?

Yes. Sewing a straight line is over rated. Stay happy!


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