A CITY centre pub is to offer sewing classes for its punters.

BrewDog's Dog House will launch the free, weekly sewing classes at their first birthday bash on Saturday, October 29 from 12pm to 2.30pm.

The unconventional craft beer brewers are revolutionising their traditional industry and are teaming up with Say It Ain’t Sew to offer Glasgow punters the classes. 

The partnership is a natural pair up, with Say It Ain’t Sew on a mission to teach the world how to sew by moving away from the typical, old-fashioned sewing stereotypes which swarm the industry and introduce a modern, fun, alternative brand to the public.

The free weekly classes run across the country including Edinburgh, Stirling, Aberdeen and Dundee, and show those taking part how to sew a different quirky, hand sewing project each week with all supplies provided.

Iona Barker, the founder of Say It Ain’t Sew, has worked in all things sewing from top dresser to the stars at the SSE Hydro to teaching sewing skills in Glasgow’s primary schools.

Throughout this time she’s been building the Say It Ain’t Sew business to allow people from all backgrounds & abilities to learn how to sew.

She said: “We want to promote positive and creative thinking in a fun and encouraging environment. 

"As well as being able to learn new skills Say It Ain’t Sew classes are also a great way to socialise and meet new people, so for anyone finding a group of like-minded people is just a stitch away!” 

The free weekly sewing classes will launch on Saturday, October 29 and then run every Tuesday at Dog House, Merchant City, Glasgow 6.30pm to 8.30pm from November 1.