A warm welcome to you all. I’ll start with a brief introduction. We are the Singer Sewing Centre, a family run business which has been in the heart of Whitley Bay for over 40 years. We are your one stop shop for all things sewing related...

•Sewing Machines
•And much more.

Our store is packed full of sewing goodies as well as a huge range of Sewing Machines including all the major brands such as Singer, Brother, Pfaff, Husqvarna, Janome, Elna  and many more.

We have various in store promotions and new product launches,  some of which are completely free to attend. We also have sewing project workshops which are scheduled throughout the year and are advertised in store. Future events include workshops and demonstrations from Brother UK, Pfaff and Husqvarna machines, featuring company demonstrators in store.

For free friendly expert advice, please call us or visit our store...Monday-Saturday  9am-5pm


Wednesday 10.00am - 12.00pm - Laura's Drop In Sewing Club;  Wednesday 1.00pm - 3.00pm - Patchwork & Quilting;  Wednesday 6.00pm - 8.00pm - Patchwork & Quilting;  Friday 10.00am - 12pm - Patchwork & Quilting;  Friday 1.00pm - 3.00pm - Patchwork & Quilting; First Tuesday in every month ' Get to know your Sewing Machine' 10.00am - 12.00pm.

Various extra workshops are run throughout the year so please call us or call in store for details.                                                                       

Not one of our class projects, but try this no sewing required 6 step flower project.

I've been using these little no-sew fabric flowers in all sorts of projects lately. The first time I tried making a fabric flower, I stitched it. I thought the sewn version looked messy, so I played around and came up with a new way to make easy fabric flower embellishments. The best part about it was there was no sewing involved and you could make it in just a couple of minutes.

•Fabric scraps
•Round object to trace
•Hot glue (or other craft glue)


1.Trace a circle on to the back of the fabric and cut the circle out.

2.Fold the circle into quarters and draw a little mark on all sides of the folded circle.  This will make a small circle in the middle.

3.Add a little dab of glue on the line of the small circle drawn with the glue gun.
4.Add glue and fold the remaining three sides up.
5.Add glue and fold over the four corners, one at a time.
6.Add glue to centre of flower and attach button.