DIY- HAND SEWING BASICS- CLASS 1-THE RUNNING STITCH

Linda CorderoIglesia, Homeschooler, Artist,Story Teller, Sharing life- Y

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5 Lessons (12m)
    • 1. Into - DIY Hand Sewing Basics- Class 1 - The Running Stitch

      2:06
    • 2. The Super Beginning Knot

      0:53
    • 3. The Running Stitch

      2:08
    • 4. Super Duper Ending Knot

      2:06
    • 5. Your 3 Minute Project + Tricks & Tips

      4:25
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3 of 3 students recommend this class
This teachers' voice was calm and conclusive with all of her directions and information. I finally gained the knowledge and confidence to start sewing with the kit I recently bought yet had absolutely no experience with ever before. This simple video is just what a beginner needs to show that it is not so hard to start this simple life skill!
Especially those who are just learning to sew. Running stitch is a good item for the sewing tool box. You might want to start with material that isn't fleece. Fleece tends to grab your needle, just like Linda shows you.