Not only do I teach sewing, but I offer a full range of classes and services that relate to the field of fashion design. I not only teach how to make a dress, but also how to make a clutch purse and shoes to match.
I majored in dressmaking over 30 years ago, even though sewing was not one of my full-time jobs for many years, it has always been a part of my life. Sewing is such a broad field -- and I've done just about every aspect. While I specialize in making accessories (hats, scarves, neckties, vests, etc.), I also enjoy making home dec. items (draperies, table runners, placemats, etc.). Yes, I've been sewing for so long, it no longer seems like work -- it's second nature. I especially like the rewarding feeling I get when one of my student's look of dismay turns into a look of joy.
The Teacher is very thorough and knowledgeable, has lots of patience as well as easy to understand.
She is very knowledgeable and helpful
She is very helpful
First I ask questions to determine the student's level of sewing knowledge and why they're interested in sewing. Once that's done, I get started with my program by explaining where we're going to get started, etc.
I went to a vocational high where I majored in dress making.
Classes are $20 for one hour of sewing classes for children from ages 6 to12 years, and $40 for two hours of adult sewing classes.
I owned a small business and was never able to find someone to help with the sewing. That is when I decided to start teaching sewing.
I have taught children from the age of six and up. I also teach adults. I've conducted classes on a one-on-one basis, in a group setting, in high schools, churches and recreational facilities. I am currently conducting classes from my studio.
Having a young man who is interested sewing does not happened often. I am currently teaching a young man who is so enthused about sewing it does my heart good.