Sewing for Beginners

This sewing for beginners course will allow you to become your own seamstress and acquire the skills to repair and create your own garments.

158 Students
Unlimited Access

Course Highlights

  • Includes 16 lectures and 3 hours of video content.
  • Learn the essential aspects of sewing such as hemming, seaming and sewing on buttons and invisible zips.
  • Boost your abilities and productivity by learning how to create better pieces, in a shorter amount of time.
  • Learn how to repair clothes or garments and even create your own.
  • Suitable for students who want to learn how to sew from a beginner level.

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Sewing for Beginners

Daniella Liberato
Daniella Liberato, Course Teacher

Of Course Learning is a UK Registered Learning Provider (UKPRN: 10055565)

  • Enrol and become certified in a new skill
  • Share your new skill with employers, friends and colleagues
  • Build a porfolio of course projects
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Course Facts

Lectures16
LanguageEnglish
Course requirementsThere are no prerequisites for this course
AccessUnlimited
Eligible for NUS Student Discount CardYes

Course Teacher

Daniella Liberato

Sewing teacher

More Info

Sewing is a skill that every person can benefit from. It can be used as a cost effective solution to repairing clothes or garments or even creating your own. This course will provide an introduction to the necessary aspects of sewing such as hemming, seaming and sewing on buttons and invisible zips; allowing you to implement these skills into your daily life.

Daniella Liberato has been sewing for over 12 years and has multiple courses where she teaches her students sewing from a basic to advanced level. Daniella will help you to improve your sewing skills and techniques to create better pieces of work, in a shorter amount of time.

This course is tailored towards students who want to learn how to sew from a beginner level. It takes a simple, easy-to-follow approach towards the various sewing techniques. It is suited towards people who want to take the initiative and repair their own spoiled garments as opposed to binning them or paying a seamstress.