LEARN TO SEW HELPS YOU EASILY LEARN A NEW SKILL...
So You Can SEW THE HOME YOU LOVE TO LIVE IN.
PROVEN Video Instruction,
STEP-BY-STEP lessons readily accessible
AT YOUR CONVENIENCE for a lifetime.
SIMPLY learn from home,
PERSONAL COACHING through the
PRIVATE FACEBOOK GROUP for
HELP and SUPPORT at any time.
"I wish I knew how to sew!"
Of course you do. Many people feel that way.
People who know how to sew
have the opportunity to make any
custom item they dream for their homes -
without the cost of expensive labor.
You can have that, too, with a little time invested
in learning a new and easy skill. You can do this!
"I dream of having beautiful rooms
I see on Pinterest!"
Are you frustrated when
seeing all the pretty rooms with
lush pillows, accessories, and draperies?
Your dreams can come true!
After learning to sew,
dreaming of new rooms like on Pinterest
brings those possibilities into reality for you.
Did you try sewing in the past with little success?
Of course you had problems with that!
Most people who teach sewing lessons
begin with processes for sewing clothing -
a completely different thing.
With my specific and targeted home decor courses,
you'll achieve your goal in warp speed with
targeted and easy techniques.
Sewing lessons didn't work for you?
Of course they didn't.
Traditional sewing courses focus
on making clothing,
not home decor sewing.
Why do things the hard way
when you can streamline for
easier and more efficient sewing
techniques for your home?
This course is for you!
I have a sewing machine,
but I can't even thread it!
Not a problem!
We'll solve that problem by the second lesson.
After learning the process and practicing a few times,
you'll never have to figure that out again.
You'll soon thread your machine easily,
fill your bobbins, and stitch away!
I'll hold your hand
and guide you through it all.
I don't have the time!
Only those with something important
to learn make time for it in their schedules.
You sacrifice either way...
years of either not having pretty
things in your home or having them
but shelling out big bucks for them.
This course saves you time.
No driving to and from classes at your local fabric store.
No packing up your machine to take it with you.
Stay in the comfort of your home.
Accomplish the same goal there.
Wise decisions are life-changing! They matter.
What This Course Includes:
Two new home decor items within one week - time average of under five hours total in seven short lessons
Receive lessons through email reminders - one quick lesson each day for one week
10-15- minute videos per lesson plus one 30-minute video
Learn new skills and make new projects in one week - under five hours
Materials needed: one pillow insert (your choice of size), two choices of decorator fabrics - 1 yard for a pillow, and 1-1/2 yards of fabric and lining for the table topper project - plus thread
Support for any needed discussion or help from me on the Facebook Group Page.
What Learn to Sew Home Decor covers:
Maneuvering your sewing machine for the best results
Threading your machine and filling bobbins
Measuring, cutting, and stitching details, along with pressing techniques for success
Two complete projects:
a simple pillow
a square table topper
Adding decorative fringe for a more expensive, custom look
Not only will you learn the basics of sewing techniques, you can have two new home decor items to enjoy - in one week!
Linda, a Curtain Queen Creates reader:
The problem is my pressor foot is too wide to get around the ring AND stay on the tape! What am I to do??? I can't stand the thought of sewing these individual rings on these curtains! I am using the most narrow of my pressor feet. Please help me! By the way, I am learning so much from your tutorials. Thank you for doing this. Sincerely, Linda
Kimberly, a reader at Curtain Queen Creates:
Please don't stop what you're doing! And thank you for helping to make my house a home. It's been a long journey getting to this point.
Kathy, a Curtain Queen Creates reader:
When you are making panels with a large flower pattern do you concern yourself more with the pattern start on the top or if there is a full pattern ending at the bottom? I usually think about the pattern when sewing, but I know the workroom I worked for years ago just cut. I would love to know your thought on that. Thanks again for being available to all of us with questions. Thanks, Kathy.