Are you ready to pull your sewing machine out of the closet and learn how to use it? Maybe you are looking to refresh your skills? Maybe you've never learned the proper techniques.
Then this sewing machine Boot Camp is for you. Sewing Machine Boot Camp is meant to show you how VERY EASY it is to teach yourself how to use a sewing machine, despite how overwhelming the manual that came with your machine may seem. The best part? It doesn't matter if you've never touched a sewing machine before.
In this comprehensive boot camp you will
Once you've established the proper foundation, you'll be ready to begin learning to sew all the projects on your Pinterest boards. On top of that, you'll have the knowledge and the confidence to be able to sew much, much more.
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Getting to know the parts of your sewing machine and how they work is an important part of sewing.
Learn to identify the feet that came with your machine and when to use each one.
Learn how easy it is to change the foot on your sewing machine.
This class will walk you through how to properly thread your machine and make a bobbin that will result in superior stitch outs and trouble free tension.
In this lesson I'll show you how to correctly use the automatic needle trheader on your sewing machine.
Choosing the correct needle will greatly improve the outcome of your sewing project. The wrong needle can cause skipped stitches, broken thread, and even broken needles.
This printout will give you a visual to refer to when identifying the part of your machine.
The basic terms you need to understand to sew.
Hi, I'm Margaret Smith, I live in Fort Worth, Texas, and I am addicted to sewing! Actually I am addicted DIY projects, crafting and sewing but spending the day sewing is primarily my fix!
I grew up with a a mom that was a professional tailor and encouraged me to be creative. I can't remember a time when she sat down and officially taught me to sew. It really was just part of what we did routinely. I can remember being very young and sitting on her lap while she sewed. She taught me early to pull out the pins before she came to them. Remember, we never sew over pins!
I had a scrap basket of fabric I could play in and I was taught which scissors were for fabric and which were for paper and patterns. At some point, I don't remember how old I was, I was allowed to use her machines on my own with permission.
Fast-forward about 20 some years and I was a young mom wanting to sew for my kids. That's when I got my first machine that was all mine! That machine was quickly joined by a serger. I wanted to make sure my creations looked professional so I began taking classes, reading books and asking my mom and other professionals for guidance.
I began teaching others to sew, including my children, and then in 2005 I opened my own business selling the items I was making.About Let's Learn To Sew