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For more information on Christine Phillips Benevolence 16th Annual Fashion Show & Fundraiser click on photo.


WHEN IS THE NEXT CLASS: Next scheduled class begins Saturday APRIL 2 – APRIL 23, 2016.
HOW MUCH IS THE CLASS: $80 which breaks down to $20 per class. This fee is non refundable.
WHO INSTRUCTS THE CLASS:  The class is instructed by Christine Phillips. Ms. Phillips is an accomplished designer with a charismatic personality and fresh design approach that makes her quality fashions treasured by her clientele. In high school, she received the prestigious Golden Key Award from University of the Arts- an award usually reserved for college students. Spurred on by this recognition, she honed her craft as a merchandiser and quality control designer while working to receive her Bachelor of Science Degree in Fashion Design from the Philadelphia College of Textiles and Sciences. With over fifteen years in the fashion industry, Crissy has flourished in the woman’s apparel field.  Crissy designs clothing and accessories for every occasion using an array of exquisite fabrics. Her specialty is couture formalwear and bridal with a fine eye for detail and embellishment.  Every year Ms. Phillips celebrates her Fall Line with a show stopping Fashion Show. To learn more about Crissy and her upcoming 16th Annual Fashion Show and Fundraiser Benevolence visit
HOW CAN I REGISTER AND PAY FOR THE CLASS: You must email to register and for payment information. Please note that payments are only accepted via PayPal and must be paid in full before the class starts. Your spot will not be reserved until then.
WHEN DOES THE CLASS TAKE PLACE: The class takes place on Saturdays from 10 AM –  12:30 PM.
WHERE DOES THE CLASS TAKE PLACE: The class takes place at the Urban Youth Racing School in the Northern Liberties Neighborhood of Philadelphia, PA.
HOW LONG IS THE CLASS: The class last four weeks and is 2 -3 hours long.
DOES MY CHILD NEED A SEWING MACHINE: Yes, It is preferred that your child bring their own sewing machine so that they can learn to use their own machine and continue to practice at home. Your child will only get better with practice. We recommend the following two machines for beginners. Click on the photos below for more info.

Brother XL2600I Sew Advance Sew Affordable 25-Stitch Free-Arm Sewing Machine $79.00 (TRUE BEGINNER)

Brother CS6000i Feature-Rich Sewing Machine With 60 Built-In Stitches, 7 styles of 1-Step Auto-Size Buttonholes, Quilting Table, and Hard Cover $144.00

WHAT OTHER TOOLS ARE NEEDED: Your child will need a sewing kit. Sewing kits normally run between $10 – $15 at Walmart or any craft store.


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