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Online Sewing Classes for Beginners

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Check out these online sewing classes (plus some beginning sew projects) that are perfect for beginners just learning how to sew.

 

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Online Sewing Classes for Beginners

Let’s Learn To Sew Website

A great place to start is Let’s Learn To Sew . This site offers a mix of free courses as well as really reasonably priced sewing classes. She also offers classes for kids. 

Tilly And the Buttons Learn to Sew Class

Another great place to start with sewing classes online is  Tilly and the Buttons Learn to Sew class. This class starts at purchasing a machine. It’s a step by step from the very beginning. 

 

Quilted market bagAnnie’s 

If you love crafting, then you definitely need to check Annie’s. They offer a beginning sewing class. This Handy Baking Dish Carrier class is great for confident beginners.  Annie’s also offers sewing kits, which make sewing easy! Check out this Market Bag Sewing Kit

Udemy

Udemy offers inexpensive sewing classes for beginners and kids. Sewing 101 starts from the beginning of sewing. You can also take a class on learning to read sewing pattern – which is not a straight forward as it may seem. 

BurdaStyle

BurdaStyle Academy offers a ton of sewing tutorials and classes. You can start with a free mini course to try it out. 

Beginner Sewing Projects

Once you’ve got the basics down, here are a few beginner projects you can try. 

Pajama Pants

Pajama pants are a super easy beginner project. Taylor’s Pajama Pants are a great beginner project.  You can get the pajama pants sewing pattern in adult sizes, too.  You can even turn the pajama pants into pajama shorts

How to make placemates

Placemats are easy to sew without a pattern. You just use a measuring tape to measure. How To Make Placemats {Reversible} tutorial will walk you step by step through the process.

Trick or Treat Bags

Easy Tote Bags

You can make easy tote bags using duck cloth. These are made into trick or treat bags but you can make them for any reason. These are great projects for kids to make, too. 

valance

Easy to Sew Valance

Make your own curtains and valances is one reason many people learn to sew. And Easy to Sew Valance is great for beginners. This project just needs cotton fabric in whatever pattern you like. 

Easy Reversible Handbag

Easy Reversible Bag

These reversible bags are actually really easy to make. The pattern is a little mind boggling in how you twist it all together but it’s really cool. And the resulting bags are super cute. 

 

Sew (ha ha) what are you waiting for? No more excuses! Time to get sewing!

 

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14 Comments
  • Diane
    May 11, 2015

    Cute post with lots of great links for sewers! Speaking of links..Thanks for linking up at #PureBlogLove PIN LINK party. Remember our party rules have changed. We’d love to have you link a PIN LINK at our next party so we can add you to our #PureBlogLove Craft board! We always comment right on the PINS and give them a love.! Looking forward to seeing your ideas at our next party!

    • Camille
      May 15, 2015

      Thanks for the tip about the PIN LINK!

  • Bonnie
    May 10, 2015

    Lots of good links here. I would love for you to link up at the Stitch It, Blog It, Share It Link Party going on now at behindtheseamssewing.com.
    ~Bonnie

  • Jennifer
    May 10, 2015

    Ooooh, you’ve shared some great learning opportunities here! I especially love Craftsy!

    Thanks for sharing and for linking up to the #SHINEbloghop.

    Wishing you a lovely day.
    xoxo

  • Kyla
    May 9, 2015

    I just saw the cutest skirt on Nap Time Creations to sew and I told her I was going to steal my mom’s sewing machine. Now I”m seeing that I can actually learn to sew online. I think it’s a sign! Thanks for linking up at Found & Foraged. See you tonight at 8PM!

  • Janelle
    May 9, 2015

    Great resources! I would love to learn to sew….I haven’t done it since maybe the 8th grade? Seems like a skill that would come in handy! Dropping by from SITS!

  • Debbie Rodrigues
    May 9, 2015

    I attended sewing classes for some months, but I started missing so many classes because of overtime that I quit. Maybe I could think of online courses…
    Thanks a lot for sharing these links. I have a look at them later.

  • Rhonda Gales
    May 8, 2015

    Stopping by from Sunday’s Best. You must have read my mind. I’ve been thinking about sewing lessons for some time, so this post is perfect. It would be nice to learn in the comforts of my home. You’ve inspired me to create a Beginner’s Sewing Board to house my resources. Thanks for sharing.

  • Tiffany
    May 6, 2015

    Hi, Camille ~ I’m visiting from the Moonlight & Mason Jars Link Party. I’m just beginning to sew, and I LOVE it! But…I’m not very good at it. So, I was thrilled when I saw your link! I can’t wait to check out these resources. Thanks for sharing!

  • Travel Animal Doctor
    May 6, 2015

    This is a useful article. It has been a while since I have sewed. It is good to know that classes are available online for resfresher courses.

  • Gail Akeman
    May 4, 2015

    Thanks for joining the Small victories Sunday Linkup. Please join again. Pinned to the group board

  • Elizabeth
    May 3, 2015

    Thank you for all the classes gathered here. I had no idea that there were so many great options! Thanks for linking at Snickerdoodle. Always a pleasure to see you there!

    • Camille
      May 4, 2015

      Thank you for hosting, Elizabeth!

  • Sarah
    July 11, 2012

    Thanks for this. I’ve only just decided to learn how to sew (a sewing machine is my birthday present this year) so I’m basically clueless. This class will be great help!