I’m not sure if anyone from the site has ever attempted this.
I’ve gotten to the point in my sewing that all of my friends want me to make stuff for them. I have absolutely NO interest in turning my sewing into a business. I’m a recent law school graduate and aspiring lawyer. I simply don’t have the time.
What I would be interested in, however, is teaching THEM how to sew. Has anyone ever tried this? Have you found any free lesson plans? Do you have any tips on where I should even start?
I’ve tried one on one before and I find that I only think of things to tell them after they’ve already done it wrong lol. I’d like to have a structure in place before even letting them near a sewing machine.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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