Treat yourself to a creative break

to sew the wardrobe of your dreams with tailor-made support!


Sewing classes & coaching

What is holding you back?

Do you want to start learning but you don’t dare to?

Do you have lots of ideas but you don’t know where to start?

Have you already been sewing for a while but  you would like to give your creations a more “professional” side?

You are in the right place!

I give sewing classes in small groups or in individual

to allow you to progress at your own pace -whatever your level –

while benefiting from personalized support.

Come and sew unique clothes or accessories!

Who is le chas ?

I am Aurore, passionate seamstress!

I learned to sew from my grandmother almost 20 years ago.

Over time, this hobby has taken up more and more space. I took the Sewing CAP (french exam for sewing)  a few years ago, then the CAP in tailored clothing. I finally decided to step up a gear and started a professional career to give lessons and lead sewing workshops.

Today, I put my experience at the service of beginner or experienced seamstresses to help them gain self-confidence. Thanks to the courses and coaching that I offer, I support them in carrying out the sewing projects that are close to their hearts.

Since the end of 2019, I have been coaching in the Rêve à Soie “Rêve de CAP” distance training program. I am also a partner teacher of the Rêve à Soie network.


Sewing news

5 mistakes you make when you start sewing

Good news: mistakes help you improve yourself. But that doesn’t mean you have to fall into all the traps because, in the long run, it’s really disheartening! So here is a small list of the main mistakes that seamstresses typically make when starting to sew (and…

Polo “le Champion”

Or how to sew something other than T-shirts and sweatshirts with your serger. Why sew a polo shirt? For some time now, I’ve had it in mind to sew a polo shirt for Monsieur. After trying (repeatedly and successfully) on the shirt (I spoke about it…

4 methods to sew nice angles

In sewing, angles are always a bit of a mystery. It is always said to “trim” but, often when you are starting out (and even afterwards for that matter), it is not always easy to know “what” to trim. And when the result is a bit…