Reina Set Sew-Along


Welcome to The Reina Set Sew-Along! Reina means queen in Spanish and you'll surely look like a queen in this beautiful set! Learn how to make slit sleeves, darts, flat waistband with elastic back during this sew-along with easy, step by step instructional videos. Suitable for advanced beginner/intermediate level sewers.  

Reina Set Size: Small - 3XL

What you'll get:

  • 1 printed pattern ($30 value)
  • 21 in elastic 

  • 3 instructional videos ($75 value) *one emailed per week*
  • 1 live Q/A session ($45 value)

    What to do next:

    1. Purchase 6 yards of African Print here or choose a kit with fabric. 

    2.  Join The Sewing Lounge Facebook Group.

    3.  Add to your safe list in your email so that you can receive the sew-along videos to your inbox. 

    4.  Get ready to have SEW much fun!

    Sew-Along Package Value: $150

    Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Sew Creative Lounge has suspended all returns until further notice. In order to protect our staff, all sales on merchandise including fabric, masks and sewing supplies are considered final sale.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 3 reviews
    Easy to Use

    I made the Reina set. I found the pattern to be easy to use and I quickly made a very elegant outfit. My friend really loves it and gets lots of love whenever she wears it. I will be making this again.

    E. O. Knight
    Sew Much Soul Conference

    Overall, love the energy and passion of Sew Much Soul staff; great info from all teachers! I love that you have created this special community.

    I have being sewing clothes since I learned in school back in the 70's. I am now retired and have be making quilts for about 6 years. I've taken a class from Bisa Butler and several others. I've had quilts on exhibit in South Carolina with Torreah "Cookie" Washington. I've been in two exhibits/books with Dr. Carolyn Mazloomi. I've had quilts tour locally in Connecticut. I have even had a quilt in Quilting Arts Magazine. But I look forward to your conference because there is always something new to learn!

    It is a face-paced weekend, so I am focusing on finishing one item this weekend- the bag from Friday. I didn't finish anything from the last conference I attended.

    If I could make one suggestion: the cameras need a more powerful magnification. The overhead is great for the big items being discussed at the cutting station. The little items are barely visible, even when holding them up to the camera. If you could angle the camera closer to the sewing machine needle, we could see the detail work being done there. Overall, great conference.

    Thank you for all you do! Congrats and continued blessings for success and fulfillment in all your future endeavors! Evelyn Oliver Knight

    Sylvia Nelson

    I can't wait to try it

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