Want to craft something beautiful, indulge your creative side, or learn a new life skill? Our Fashion Co-working sewing lab is perfect for you! Join our sewing studio and be exposed to designers representing diverse disciplines while you learn everything you need to sew with confidence. The House of (DE-FI)ance will offer a variety of WERKshops to fit all experience levels from beginner to seasoned sewing enthusiast and those who are ready to earn money while sewing with our micro-manufacturing services. Are you ready to create something extraordinary?
Memberships are available for fashion, design, and hobby enthusiasts seeking a work space to develop new skills or work on passion projects. Our studio brings together creative minds to collaborate, share experiences, and get inspiration from one another while fostering creativity and inspiration. We provide live support with our creative tools and machines, helping you to execute your ideas with confidence and accuracy.
Teach A Sewing Course
We are currently seeking experienced instructors who are able to provide step-by-step instructions, inspiration, and encouragement for everyone. We are in need of instructors for the following areas:
Design, Pattern-Making, and Fitting Techniques
If you are interested in teaching a course, email us now at email@example.com.
We'll bring your prototype to life! Whether you are a beginner or experienced designer, our development packages will provide all the tools needed to support your new product or line launch with no minimums. You can start with something basic and we will help you refine it over time…it doesn’t have to be expensive or fancy; the purpose is to start sample making to figure out how to make your idea work. As a full service studio, we offer a wide range of options to serve your overall needs. #ThisIsOurHouse
We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.
Dayton Emerging Fashion Incubator 5335 Tucson Dr. Dayton, OH 45417 US
(DE-FI) is currently accepting applications for Fashion Designers to join their newly restructured and CFDA affiliated Designer Talk Series as well as hosting Open Calls for Artisans and Designers to sell their work via Dayton Threads