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5 Sewing Room Must Haves

  5 Sewing Room Must-Haves     If you have young sewists in your sewing studio, here are 5 Sewing Room Must-Haves. Trust me on this, these tools will make your, and your young sewist’s, experience SEW much better! DISCLAIMER: Although I am including links to many of these products, I am not affiliated with any of these companies…I just happen to like these products and/or companies.   #1 – Gingher Featherweight Scissors You might be asking why these specific scissors? Read more…


5 Mistakes To Avoid When Teaching Kids To Sew

Do you want to teach children to sew? Do you want to teach your own child to sew? If you do, pay close attention to these simple yet common mistakes. We want you AND your young sewists to have a fun and enjoyable experience learning to sew.    Mistake #1 – Expecting Perfection This is by far the most common mistake. PERFECTION. It’s a dangerous expectation, and one that can cost your young sewist a future of happy and blissful sewing. Read more…


Photo Credit Sewing Jungle Unicorn Pattern Kids Can Sew Summer sewing camps for kids are quickly becoming more and more popular. They are fast paced, fun, AND educational. Here are 5 tips to help you plan your upcoming summer sewing camps.  Tip #1 – CHOOSE A THEME Every summer sewing camp should have a theme! People like themes. Themes get people excited. Unicorns, travel, mermaid…whatever your theme is, embrace it! Get creative and design your camp entirely around your chosen theme Read more…

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