Pillows: 4 different kinds
Kitchen Set: 6 assorted items to brighten your kitchen.
Travel Set: 6 handy accessories to have when you travel.
You will learn how to thread your machine and wind a bobbin.
There will be basic stitching techniques that you will learn: straight, edge, back stitch, zigzag, etc.
Learn what fabrics to use for the best results for each project.
I will show you about straight grain, cross grain and how to even up the edges of your fabric.
The patterns are very simple and easy to use. Download and print. Note - not every project will have a paper pattern.
Each set will start with a very simple project and gradually build, adding more techniques as you go.
Each tutorial is shown in real time and up close. You can pause it, fast forward it, or stop it.
Join the Sew So Simple private Facebook group where you can share your results or ask questions or just hang out.
The course starts as soon as you enroll and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.
Carmen, Brenda, Maureen, Janis and many others have watched my YouTube sewing videos and left numerous sweet comments.
If they can do this, I know you can, too. Many of my followers have sent me photos of their creations as a results of my tutorials. I've seen what my students can do—and I'd love to share my knowledge with you.
I share from decades of creative knowledge. Art and creativity are quite literally part of my DNA. It is my delight to share and impart the skills and talents that I have with a waiting world. My earliest remembrance of art and creativity is age 5. I made and sold a handful of art to the neighbors. My mom taught me to sew about that time, too. I ruined more than a few of her beautiful pieces of fabrics practicing my undeveloped skills. With a tape measure around my neck and a pin cushion on my wrist, I worked professionally as a seamstress for 20 plus years. In my 20’s I owned an evening gown studio where I designed and made evening gowns for Miss Texas and Miss America Pageant contestants. In the 90’s (not my 90’s LOL!) I had a garment factory and we produced a line of ladies clothing that was marketed at the Apparel Market.
Since 2012 I have taught art at WTC College on the Square. I have taught hundreds of students in person. In 2014 I started a YouTube channel MYWITHALLMYART. Through that online platform I have taught and helped thousands by sharing some of my creativity.
It is my heart’s desire to inspire you to be creative, to challenge you to push yourself, and to encourage you when you get discouraged.
I truly believe that when you complete any of my courses you will have created something you can be proud of.