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    Default Learning to sew

    Ladies I am interested in learning to sew. I have no idea can't hemp or repair buttons for the life of me. Has anyone learnt before or know of one on one classes or group classes. I would love to get a sewing machine and know how to use it!

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    Try your local spotlight store. They may have classes.

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    Most of the independent sewing stores have classes - they start at the very beginning. I know our local spotlight doesn't do classes.

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    I have to say I pretty much bought a machine and taught myself. Looked up how to do a lot of things ... but trial and error was a lot of it.

    Have made some pretty great things along the way, and the sense of accomplishment when you make something good is amazing

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    YouTube is an amazing teacher! Two years ago I could barely run a hem... Three weeks ago I finished quilting bub's baby blanket, a matching pillow case and change mat cover! Just start, you won't regret it!

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    Thanks for all the replies I am definitely going to look into it. I think I need classes as I am really that hopeless!


 

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