Learn to Sew: Basic Sewing Machine Stitches


It’s here!

Episode 2 of the Learn to Sew Series.

It’s free and you can access it anytime you like.

So, pick out a scrap piece of fabric, turn on your machine and crank up those tunes, because THIS is where your sewing adventure really begins!

Learn to Sew: Basic Sewing Machine Stitches

In this episode, you’ll learn to sew a straight stitch, basting stitch, gathering stitch, zig zag stitch, reverse stitch, how to turn a corner and how to make a buttonhole.

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Then you’ll practice your newfound skills by creating your own cute pillowcase.

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To see the first episode in this fun new Learn to Sew series you can click here to learn how to wind a bobbin and thread your machine.

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Thank you so much for your wonderful response to this new sewing series. I can’t even begin to tell you how much fun it is for me to see how excited you are about learning to sew. And thank you so much for sharing these posts with your friends and family that also want to learn to sew. I always look forward to your comments here and over at eHow.

Happy Sewing!

Beth

For more sewing and refashioning inspiration click here:

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About The Renegade Seamstress

I'm a busy wife, mom, grandma, and teacher who loves to create. I've joined the refashion scene and I 'd like to share and connect with all those talented and creative people out there doing similar things.
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13 Responses to Learn to Sew: Basic Sewing Machine Stitches

  1. Mary Jane says:

    I can not get episode 2 to load😦

  2. Kathleen says:

    I’m having the same problem as Mary Jane 😢

  3. Joni Smith says:

    I think it is wonderful, fantastic and terrific that you are offering a beginning sewing course for free on-line. I learned to sew when I was 12, some 47 years ago (feels like 10 LOL). I genuinely admire you and wish you the best of luck and fortune in the future. Here’s to the future generation of creative minds!

  4. anastasiamw says:

    I am seriously excited to have found your blog. I was just telling my DH that I wanted to finally learn to sew (I have a sewing machine, but it doesn’t get much love). I love that you are offering your knowledge and wisdom for free. I will be following along!

  5. I love your blog! Thanks for sharing!

  6. Anonymous says:

    Than you Beth you have contributed to our philosophy and mission statement,
    Furthering the art of sewing
    Jude Ewen, Australian Sewing Guild Inc

  7. Tiffany Whiting says:

    Hi,
    What a great site! So excited to have found it! What I was wondering is how I get ‘ll was in one? Thanks for the help! Also keep the cute ideas coming!
    Tiffany

  8. vintage51 says:

    Reblogged this on vintagethrifter51.com and commented:
    Great sewing tips. Always love blogger’s who break down the sewing and refashioning steps into easy ones for the nervous sewing person.

  9. lilithinfurs says:

    Eeeeeekkkkkk!!! This IS the blog series I’ve been looking for!!!! I need to view all of these!

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