Camp Workroom Social Fall Camp

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AboutDatesLocationScheduleClass IntensivesWhat's IncludedTuition • Terms of Service and Refund PolicyTravel InsuranceHow to Register

About

Camp Workroom Social's Fall Camp (also known as Camp) is a four-day, three-night summer camp-inspired sewing retreat for adults, featuring intensive classes taught by contemporary experts in apparel sewing.

At Camp, campers sign up for one intensive sewing class, designed to take their sewing skills from good to great. Campers get the chance to learn from one of our professional sewists who make fashion sewing approachable and fun. Campers learn key techniques and build their skills in a warm and friendly environment. In addition to our sewing intensives, we've lined up lots of fun camp-inspired activities for you, from rock climbing to macramé. During down time, campers can choose to relax or get to know their fellow campers. We designed the Original Camp for campers to learn, to practice, and to have a fun weekend away in the woods!

We specialize in teaching adult learners in a fun and social environment. Our classes are noncompetitive, casual, and productive, and we teach in a friendly, inspiring, motivational way. We are professional designers and makers who do not focus on perfection. Rather, we want you to learn and to participate in our classes and workshops with a creative and curious spirit. We know great sewing comes with tons of practice, and our goal is to give you the skills and the confidence you need to continue your sewing journey at home.

Dates

Friday, October 15–Monday, October 18, 2021

Location

Takes place at Frost Valley YMCA—located on over 5,000 acres in the heart of the Catskill Mountains, just 2.5 hours north of New York City.

Schedule

Schedule for planning purposes only. Exact event schedule subject to change without notice.

Friday, October 15, 2021

12:00 p.m. Bus departs Midtown Manhattan, NYC for Camp Workroom Social

3:00 p.m. Bus arrives at Camp Workroom Social and registration begins

4:15 p.m. All Camp welcome and orientation

5:30 p.m. Dinner in the Dining Hall

6:30 p.m. Sewing Intensive orientation

7:30 p.m. Camp PJ Party

10:30 p.m. Quiet hours begin in lodges

Saturday, October 16, 2021

7:00 a.m. Early morning hike

8:00 a.m. Breakfast in the Dining Hall

9:00 a.m. Sewing Intensive day 1

12:15 p.m. Lunch in the Dining Hall

1:00 p.m. Sewing Intensive day 1 resumes

5:30 p.m.Dinner in the Dining Hall

7:00 p.m. Maker Fair

11:00 p.m. Quiet hours begin in lodges

Sunday, October 17, 2021

7:00 a.m. Early morning yoga

8:00 a.m. Breakfast in the Dining Hall

9:00 a.m. Sewing Intensive day 2

12:15 p.m. Lunch in the Dining Hall

1:00 p.m. Sewing Intensive day 2 resumes

5:30 p.m. Dinner in the Dining Hall

7:00 p.m. Me-made Spectacular and Fashion Show

9:30 p.m. Late night campfire and s'mores

11:00 p.m.Quiet hours begin in lodges

Monday, October 18, 2021

7:00 a.m. Early morning pack-up and move-out

8:00 a.m. Breakfast in the Dining Hall

9:00 a.m.Camp activities

11:00 a.m. Awards Ceremony and lunch in the Dining Hall

1:00 p.m. Buses depart Camp Workroom Social for NYC

4:30 p.m. Buses arrive in NYC

Class Intensives

Camp is designed for those who have some experience sewing. We want to help you develop your sewing skills, pushing them from good to great! Are you an absolute beginner? Don’t worry! You’re still welcome to register as you’ve got plenty of time to build up your basic skills before Camp. Not sure if our classes are right for your skill level? Email us! We are excited to talk Camp with you.

Class sizes can range from 8 to 18 campers in a class, with one dedicated instructor and one to three classroom assistants. For 2021's event, class sizes are capped at 10 campers with one dedicated instructor and no additional classroom assistants.

2021 Class Intensives

When registering, campers select one of the following classes.

  • Bra-making with Allyson Dykhuizen

  • Couture Hand Sewing Skills with Brooks Ann Camper

  • Foundation in Modern Tailoring Skills with Erin Proud

  • How to Alter and Repair Garments with Lauren Taylor

  • How to Sew Swimwear with Carrie McGowan

  • Intro to Corset-making with Sharon Butler

  • Patternmaking: Using Slopers to Create Sewing Patterns with Katy Patzel

  • Quilted Jacketmaking with Sonja Gingerich

  • Sew and Fit Maker's Choice: Advanced Beginner with Suzanne Beaubien

  • Sew and Fit Maker's Choice: Intermediate to Advanced with Pamela Leggett

Please read through all class descriptions carefully. Once registered, classes may not be changed, transferred, or cancelled.

Campers receive tools and supplies lists and sourcing resources at least one month before Camp. For select classes, we may require supply kits for purchase. For other classes, supply kits may be available on an optional basis. Campers will be notified when kits are available.

Bra-making with Allyson Dykhuizen

Learn how to cut and sew underwire bras in Bra-making. Campers in our Bra-making class learn sewing techniques specifically suited for sewing lingerie and how to think through their preferences in bra fit. Campers develop skills and confidence to continue their bra-making adventures at home. Please note, while topics of fit are discussed, this is a construction-focused class.

Topics covered in this class include how to...

  • choose the best fabrics and notions for bra-making.

  • prep, cut, and mark bra and lingerie fabrics.

  • sew sheer fabrics, stretchy fabrics, and other specialty fabrics for bra-making.

  • use specialty stitches, seams, and edge finishes for sewing lingerie.

  • work with and apply different kinds of elastics.

  • install hardware for bras.

  • sew bra straps.

  • think about and evaluate bra fit to suit your preferences.

Campers are responsible for purchasing and bringing their own tools to Camp. Due to the unique nature of this course, campers are required to purchase a Bra-making kit from Camp Workroom Social prior to Camp. This kit includes the Harriet sewing pattern by Cloth Habit and all the fabrics and notions needed to make one bra. This class kit costs $55. Enrolled campers will receive instructions on how to purchase their kit prior to Camp.

Sewing machines are provided for camper use. You are welcome to bring your own sewing machines if you prefer.

This course is perfect for campers who want to learn how to sew their own bras.

This is an intermediate level class. To be successful in this intensive class, campers need the following skills...

  • Experience operating and troubleshooting a sewing machine.

  • Experience sewing straight and curved seams.

  • Experience easing fabric together.

  • Experience constructing garments.

  • An understanding of garment sewing patterns.

Interested in this intensive, but not sure if it's a good match for your skill level? Email us! We are excited to talk Camp with you.

Couture Hand Sewing Skills with Brooks Ann Camper

Learn the fundamentals and benefits of hand sewing from Brooks Ann Camper. Campers in Couture Hand Sewing Skills practice and get comfortable with a wide variety of temporary and permanent hand stitching techniques. Campers see real examples of techniques used in clothing construction, while creating a useful resource notebook full of samples to reference for future projects.

Topics covered in this class include...

  • The best tools for successful hand sewing.

  • Tricks for threading needles and tying successful knots.

  • How to avoid or remove thread tangles when hand sewing.

  • How to use a thimble for faster hand sewing.

  • How to sew a wide variety of temporary and permanent hand stitches and when to use them.

  • How to sew various closures including buttons, hooks, and zippers.

  • Couture techniques such as…

    • Underlining, including why to use it and how to sew it.

    • Various hem finishing techniques including invisible hems and rolled hems.

    • How to use ribbon in waistbands, curved hems, and more.

    • How to sew tacks and thread chains and when to use them.

  • The value of hand sewing and how it can be used to upgrade the quality of your handmade sewn projects.

  • How to use your resource notebook at home for future projects.

Campers are responsible for purchasing and bringing their own tools to Camp. Due to the unique nature of this course, campers are required to purchase a Hand Sewing Skills kit from Camp Workroom Social prior to Camp. This kit includes some of Brooks Ann’s favorite hand sewing tools, as well as prepared samples in a variety of fabrics. Samples allow campers to jump right into the coursework without having to do any of the advance prep at home. This class kit costs $68. Enrolled campers will receive instructions on how to purchase their kit prior to Camp.

This course is perfect for campers who want to improve their hand sewing skills, who want to learn couture techniques for fine sewing, or who want to learn strategies to elevate their current sewing skill set to get better results out of their garment sewing at home.

This class is appropriate for all skill levels.

Foundation in Modern Tailoring Skills with Erin Proud

Start your journey into the traditional art of tailoring by building a foundation of skills that you can apply to making modern garments. Learn the thoughtful, slow, precise approach of tailoring techniques by creating a library of sample swatches that can serve as reference for future projects. This class is a mixture of lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on activities which includes both hand and machine sewing. Examples of real tailoring include women’s suits, jackets, and pants.

Topics covered in this class include...

  • Hands-on work sewing swatch samples.

  • What makes a tailored garment tailored and about the inner workings (the guts!) of a tailored garment.

  • How to shape tailored garments using different kinds of materials.

  • About tailor basting and how and when to use tailor basting to help you sew finer garments.

  • About pad stitching, how to pad stitch, and when and where to use pad stitching in a garment.

  • About shoulder pads and headers and how and when to use them.

  • How to sew a single welt pocket.

  • How to sew a double welt pocket and buttonhole.

  • How to insert jacket and sleeve linings with confidence.

  • How to sew a notched collar.

  • The key supplies needed to create tailored garments and where to source tailoring supplies.

  • General tailoring tips and tricks that can be applied to other projects.

  • Modern tailoring shortcuts that can be applied to other garments.

Campers are responsible for purchasing and bringing their own tools to Camp. Due to the unique nature of this course, campers are required to purchase a Tailoring Skills kit from Camp Workroom Social prior to Camp. This kit includes specialty tailoring supplies needed for this intensive class, samples for future reference, and prepared swatches in a variety of fabrics. Swatches allow campers to jump right into the coursework without having to do any of the advance prep at home. This class kit costs $68. Enrolled campers will receive instructions on how to purchase their kit prior to Camp.

Sewing machines are provided for camper use. You are welcome to bring their own sewing machines if you prefer.

This course is perfect for campers who are interested in learning sewing techniques used by professional designers and tailors.

This is an intermediate to advanced level class. To be successful in this intensive class, campers need the following skills...

  • Experience operating and troubleshooting a sewing machine.

  • Experience sewing straight and curved seams.

  • Experience easing fabric together.

  • Experience constructing garments.

  • An understanding of garment sewing patterns.

Interested in this intensive, but not sure if it's a good match for your skill level? Email us! We are excited to talk Camp with you.

How to Alter and Repair Garments with Lauren Taylor

Being able to alter and repair your garments, both ready-to-wear and handmade, can help elevate your fashion sewing skills by teaching you about garment construction and fitting using a different perspective than that of sewing patterns. In this class we hope campers will grow to love their seam rippers and start to see garment flaws as opportunities for improvement instead. In addition to developing your sewing skills further, being able to alter and repair your garments will empower you to wear more of the clothes you already own and feel more comfortable making changes to your sewing projects in the future.

Topics covered in this class include how to...

  • evaluate a garment's fit.

  • assess whether a garment can successfully be altered or repaired.

  • plan alterations and repairs to existing garments.

  • take apart existing garments.

  • execute alterations and repairs to existing garments.

  • troubleshoot problems with alterations and repairs.

  • use trial-and-error in a systematic way to alter existing garments.

Campers are responsible for purchasing and bringing their own supplies and tools to Camp, including a minimum of six existing garments to alter and/or repair in class. Garments can be ready-to-wear or handmade. No works-in-progress. Complete garments only.

Sewing machines are provided for camper use. You are welcome to bring your own sewing machines if you prefer.

This class is perfect for someone who wants to learn how to alter and repair existing garments, someone who is nervous about taking apart existing garments, someone who is nervous about making changes to existing garments and/or sewing patterns, or someone who is interested in learning more about garment construction from a perspective that's different from using sewing patterns.

This is an intermediate to advanced level class. To be successful in this intensive class, campers need the following skills...

  • Experience setting up, operating, and troubleshooting sewing machines.

  • Experience sewing straight and curved seams.

  • Experience easing fabric together.

  • An understanding of garment sewing patterns.

  • Experience constructing garments.

  • A general understanding of fitting concepts.

Interested in this intensive, but not sure if it's a good match for your skill level? Email us! We are excited to talk Camp with you.

How to Sew Swimwear with Carrie McGowan

Sewing your own swimwear can seem scary, but it doesn’t have to be! Learn how to recreate professional finishing techniques, and learn how to choose and work with stretchy fabrics like Spandex and Lycra. Though not fit-focused, this class discusses key areas of fit and practical methods of adapting swim patterns to your preference to create a swimsuit that is perfect for you! Campers in this sewing intensive gain confidence and experience in sewing swimwear using Megan Nielsen Pattern's Cottesloe pattern. The techniques learned in this class can also be applied to sewing other kinds of stretch fabrics like activewear and lingerie.

Topics covered in this class include...

  • a discussion on specialty supplies for sewing your own swimwear at home including sourcing resources.

  • how to cut and sew technical stretch fabrics.

  • specialty stitches, seams, and edge finishes adapted from ready-to-wear for sewing swimwear.

  • how to handle stretch fabrics to ensure they keep their shape while you’re sewing.

  • how to work with and install elastics.

Campers are responsible for purchasing and bringing their own tools to Camp. Due to the unique nature of this course, campers are required to purchase a Swimwear kit from Camp Workroom Social prior to Camp. This kit includes the Cottesloe pattern and all the fabrics and notions needed to make one swimsuit, and campers will get to choose from a selection of fabric colors. This class kit costs $55. Enrolled campers will receive instructions on how to purchase their kit prior to Camp.

Sewing machines are provided for camper use. You are welcome to bring your own sewing machines if you prefer. If you choose to bring your own machine, please bring a walking foot as well.

This class is perfect for campers who want to learn how to sew swimwear or who want to learn how to work with spandex fabrics and elastics. This course is also good for campers who want to develop skills that they can apply to making other types of activewear.

This is an advanced-beginner to intermediate level class. To be successful in this intensive class, campers need the following skills...

  • Experience setting up, operating, and troubleshooting sewing machines.

  • Experience sewing straight and curved seams.

  • A general understanding of easing fabric together.

  • A general understanding of sewing patterns.

  • Experience sewing clothes using sewing patterns.

Interested in this Intensive, but not sure if it's a good match for your skill level? Email us! We are excited to talk Camp with you.

Intro to Corset-making with Sharon Butler

Whether you're interested in learning how to make a corsets as foundational pieces for formalwear, as creative or historical pieces for cosplay or costumes, as body armor to wear under your daily power suit, or as structural pieces of standalone art, learn the basics of corset-making at Camp so you can make your own corsets at home.

Though not fit-focused, this class discusses basic corset-fitting concepts and includes some individual fitting assistance for customizing the finished corset's exact fit on your body. Please note, fitting alterations are not taught in this introductory class.

Topics covered in this class include how to...

  • choose fabrics for corsets.

  • source corset-making supplies.

  • take your measurements and choose a corset size.

  • measure and choose a busk size.

  • install a center front busk.

  • construct a corset.

  • construct boning channels.

  • install plastic boning.

  • adjust and install metal coil boning.

  • install lacing grommets.

  • finish raw edges of a corset.

Campers in Intro to Corset-making are required to complete some sewing-related prep work at home prior to Camp. Instructions will be sent to registered campers.

Campers are responsible for purchasing and bringing their own tools and some supplies to Camp. Due to the unique nature of this course, campers are required to purchase a Corset-making kit from Camp Workroom Social prior to Camp. This kit includes the corset sewing pattern and specialty supplies needed for corset-making. This class kit costs $42. Enrolled campers will receive instructions on how to purchase their kit prior to Camp. Campers are required to purchase their corset fabric and busks separately and will be given a supply list at least one month before Camp.

Sewing machines are provided for camper use. You are welcome to bring your own sewing machines if you prefer. If you choose to bring your own machine, please bring a regular zipper foot as well.

This class is perfect for campers who want to learn how to sew corsets. This class is also good for campers who want to develop skills in sewing structural garments that use boning.

This is an intermediate to advanced level class. To be successful in this intensive class, campers need the following skills...

  • Experience setting up, operating, and troubleshooting sewing machines.

  • Experience sewing straight and curved seams.

  • Experience easing fabric together.

  • An understanding of garment sewing patterns.

  • Experience constructing garments.

Interested in this Intensive, but not sure if it's a good match for your skill level? Email us! We are excited to talk Camp with you.

Patternmaking: Using Slopers to Create Sewing Patterns with Katy Patzel

Have you always wanted to design your own sewing pattern styles or change a feature of a sewing pattern you love. Or maybe you have a body sloper, and you're not quite sure what to do with it. In this Intensive, learn different flat patternmaking and dart manipulation techniques to create sewing patterns using basic pattern blocks or slopers. Campers also learn how to develop linings and facings. After this Patternmaking Intensive, have confidence to experiment with your own sloper manipulations, and apply the skills learned in this class on tried-and-true sewing patterns too.

Topics covered in this class include how to...

  • manipulate a sloper using the slash and spread method.

  • manipulate a sloper by moving (or throwing) darts.

  • manipulate a sloper by converting darts to style lines.

  • create style lines when no dart is present.

  • draft ruffles.

  • draft flounces.

  • draft gathers.

  • create different neckline variations.

  • create different hem variations

  • draft facings.

  • draft linings.

  • true sewing patterns.

  • correctly use notches on sewing pattern pieces.

  • add seam allowances to sewing pattern pieces.

  • correctly label sewing pattern pieces.

  • create an inventory of the pieces in your sewing pattern.

Campers are responsible for purchasing and bringing their own supplies and tools to Camp. Campers in this course receive mini slopers to work with and keep. If you have your own body slopers, bring them to use in class!

This class is perfect for campers who want to learn how to use slopers to create sewing patterns and for campers who want to get creative with their own sewing pattern designs.

This is an intermediate level class. To be successful in this intensive class, campers need the following skills...

  • A good understanding of how to read and use sewing patterns to create clothing.

  • A good understanding of garment construction techniques.

  • Experience sewing clothes using sewing patterns.

This class is not suitable for absolute beginners or for students who do not feel comfortable with clothing construction techniques.

Interested in this Intensive, but not sure if it's a good match for your skill level? Email us! We are excited to talk Camp with you.

Quilted Jacketmaking with Sonja Gingerich

Learn how to sew a quilted jacket, perfect for fall layering. Campers in our Quilted Jacketmaking class learn the tricks of creating and working with quilted textiles for fashion sewing by constructing the Tamarack Jacket by Grainline Studio. Please note, while piecing theory is discussed, campers will not be piecing their textiles in this class. Additionally, due to the slow, relaxing nature of quilting, campers should not expect to complete their quilted jackets at Camp. Campers will be equipped with the necessary information to complete their jackets at home.

Topics covered in this class include how to...

  • choose batting for fashion sewing.

  • properly fuse fabric for fashion sewing.

  • create quilted textiles for fashion sewing.

  • cut quilted textiles for fashion sewing.

  • sew quilted textiles for fashion sewing.

  • sew a single welt pocket.

  • install bias binding for fashion sewing.

  • correctly mark front closures.

  • construct the Tamarack Jacket by Grainline Studio.

Campers are responsible for purchasing and bringing their own supplies and tools to Camp, except for the Tamarack sewing pattern, which is provided by Workroom Social.

Campers are responsible for purchasing pre-made bias binding or making their own custom bias binding at home before arrival to Camp. Campers will not have time at Camp to create custom binding.

Sewing machines are provided for camper use. You are welcome to bring your own sewing machines if you prefer. If you choose to bring your own machine, please bring a walking foot as well.

This class is perfect for advanced-beginner level sewists who are interested in learning how to create a quilted jacket. This class is also good for sewists who are interested in learning how to create quilted textiles for other fashion sewing projects.

This is an advanced-beginner to intermediate level class. To be successful in this intensive class, campers need the following skills...

  • Experience setting up, operating, and troubleshooting sewing machines.

  • Experience sewing straight and curved seams.

  • A general understanding of easing fabric together.

  • A general understanding of sewing patterns.

  • Experience sewing clothes using sewing patterns.

Interested in this Intensive, but not sure if it's a good match for your skill level? Email us! We are excited to talk Camp with you.

Sew and Fit Maker's Choice: Beginner with Suzanne Beaubien

Sew and Fit Maker's Choice is an unstructured open sew workshop, overseen by Suzanne Beaubien. Sewists are invited to bring 4–5 projects to work on during this Camp Intensive. Use classroom time how you want, and get help on fashion sewing skills including construction order, construction techniques, finishing techniques, and beginner-level pattern alterations from Suzanne.

The Sew and Fit Maker's Choice: Beginner is best suited for those who are in the early stages of their garment sewing journey.

Campers are responsible for purchasing and bringing their own supplies and tools to Camp, including 4–5 sewing projects. Works-in-progress are welcome. Cutting tables may be limited, so we ask campers to plan accordingly.

Sewing machines are provided for camper use. You are welcome to bring your own sewing machines if you prefer.

This class is perfect for beginner level sewists who are building their confidence using sewing patterns to make clothes and for beginner level sewists who want help and encouragement troubleshooting sewing techniques to create successful garments for themselves. If you are an intermediate to advanced level sewist who wants to work on your own projects, please consider registering for Sew and Fit Makers' Choice: Intermediate to Advanced.

This is a beginner to advanced-beginner level class. To be successful in this intensive class, campers need the following skills...

  • Experience setting up, operating, and troubleshooting sewing machines.

  • Experience sewing straight and curved seams.

  • A general understanding of easing fabric together.

  • A general understanding of sewing patterns.

  • Experience sewing clothes using sewing patterns.

Interested in this Intensive, but not sure if it's a good match for your skill level? Email us! We are excited to talk Camp with you.

Sew and Fit Maker's Choice: Intermediate to Advanced with Pamela Leggett

Sew and Fit Maker's Choice is an unstructured open sew workshop, overseen by Pamela Leggett. Sewists are invited to bring 4–5 projects to work on during this Camp Intensive. Use classroom time how you want, and get help on fitting, pattern alterations, and sewing techniques from Pamela.

The Sew and Fit Maker's Choice: Intermediate to Advanced is best suited for those with are confident in their sewing skills and tackling complex projects that are stretching their current knowledge-base or for those who are stuck in their fitting journey and need help learning new strategies for pattern alterations.

If you are working on non-complex projects, do not need fitting assistance, or are a beginner level sewist, please consider registering for Sew and Fit Makers' Choice: Beginner.

Campers are responsible for purchasing and bringing their own supplies and tools to Camp, including 4–5 sewing projects. Works-in-progress are welcome. Cutting tables may be limited, so we ask campers to plan accordingly.

Sewing machines are provided for camper use. You are welcome to bring your own sewing machines if you prefer.

This class is perfect for intermediate to advanced level sewists who want to further develop their sewing and fitting skills by working on their own projects. If you are a beginner level sewist who wants to work on your own projects, please consider registering for Sew and Fit Makers' Choice: Beginner.

This is an intermediate to advanced level class. To be successful in this intensive class, campers need the following skills...

  • Experience setting up, operating, and troubleshooting sewing machines.

  • Experience sewing straight and curved seams.

  • Experience easing fabric together.

  • An understanding of garment sewing patterns.

  • Experience constructing garments.

  • Experience altering sewing patterns.

  • A general understanding of fitting concepts.

Interested in this Intensive, but not sure if it's a good match for your skill level? Email us! We are excited to talk Camp with you.

    What's Included

    • Roundtrip shuttle bus service from Midtown Manhattan, New York City. Campers may drive themselves to Frost Valley if they prefer.

    • Dormitory-style lodging with shared rooms of no more than 4 campers in single (twin-size) bunked beds. Exceptions can be made based on attendee request, see our Terms of Service for details. Double and single occupancy hotel-style lodging is available on a very limited basis for an additional fee.

    • All meals from dinner Friday night through lunch Monday afternoon. Meals are healthy, balanced, and served in the Camp Dining Hall. We happily accommodate food allergies.

    • One two-day intensive course. Tools and supplies not included. Select intensives may require supply kits for purchase. Please read class descriptions carefully.

    • Sewing machines for use in sewing classes. Campers may bring their own machines if they prefer.

    • Various craft and sewing related workshops during the Maker Fair. Select workshops may require supply kits for purchase to participate.

    • Camp activities which may include hiking, rock climbing, ziplining, canoeing, nature workshops, and a Me-Made Spectacular and Fashion Show!

    Tuition

    • Deposit—$526 to reserve your spot at Camp
    • Option #1—One-time fee balance of $939 due Friday, September 3 ($1,465 total fee)
    • Option #2—2 additional installments of $526 due Friday, September 3 and Friday, October 8 ($1,578 total fee)

    You have until September 3, 2021 to choose the right plan for you! We will reach out when it’s time to choose.

    Single and double occupancy hotel-style rooms available on a very limited basis for an additional fee.

    • Single occupancy hotel-style room—$550
    • Double occupancy hotel-style room—$350

    Terms of Service and Refund Policy

    Thank you for being a part of our community! Whether you are coming to see us in our Brooklyn studio, working with our fabrics or patterns, or joining us at Camp Workroom Social, we want to ensure that every Workroom Social sewist has the best experience possible. To help with this, please read and understand our Terms of Service and Refund Policy before you register for an event or buy a product from us. When you register for an event or buy a product from us, you agree to our Terms of Service and Refund Policy.

    Our Terms of Service and Refund Policy include important information and policies regarding COVID-19. Both are updated regularly, so please click through to read them in full.

    If you have questions about these terms and policies, please reach out before you register for an event or buy a product. You can email us at hello @ workroomsocial.com or call us at 646-481-1650. We are here and happy to help you!

    Travel Insurance

    Due to the unique nature of travel events like Camp Workroom Social retreats, we are unable to issue refunds due to delays or changes in travel plans. We strongly encourage all participants to research and consider purchasing a travel insurance plan to cover your Camp Workroom Social expenses. Research and understand how issues relating to COVID-19 are covered or not covered by different agencies and policies. Here are some resources to help get you started with your research.

    How to Register

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