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

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

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

      2:06
    • The Super Beginning Knot

      0:53
    • The Running Stitch

      2:08
    • Super Duper Ending Knot

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

      4:25

About This Class

In this class we will cover the ancient skill of hand sewing and I show you how I use it on both cloth as well as paper, to add dimensional details.  Even if you know how to sew a running stitch, you will enjoy the 10 minutes to take this class and you will want to make a 3 minute project to receive your gift that is  shown in the videos. 

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Linda CorderoIglesia

Homeschooler, Artist,Story Teller, Sharing life- Y

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Linda CorderoIglesia

Homeschooler, Artist,Story Teller, Sharing life- Y

My focus is to make short classes for parents, teachers and children, that are fun and that will inspire them to make a 3 minute project.  I have 9 children that I mother, 7 of my own birth children and 2 from marriage to my soul mate.  I know that in a busy world, it is hard to make time to connect with your child, but it is important for their success.  Here are some of the benefits-

  • Crafting encourages key visual-processing skills, such as pattern recognition, detecting of sequences and spatial rotation. Other content areas, like math and reading, share these exact skills. Some experts we interviewed suggested that manipulating materials during arts and crafts may enhance a child's visual-spatial skills. Geometry pulls heavily from spatial processing.
  • Hands-on arts and crafts accelerate the development of muscles in the hands and fingers, improving fine motor skills essential for school success in the earliest formal years. For toddlers, this could be as simple as asking your child to copy a circle, which is fun for that age range and merges cognitive and fine motor skills into one activity.
  • Executive function is critical in guiding your child's planned behavior. It will not only impact your child's success in school but also later in a professional setting. When encouraged to engage more independently during creative time, children will be motivated to pay close attention, which improves focus and working memory skills.  Here is the link for the full article.

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