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Sewing Christmas Decorations for Beginners: Ages 13-18 FLEX

In this fun sewing class, students will learn hand sewing basics while making fun Christmas decorations. No experience is necessary.
Gabrielle Hughes - Autistic Advocate
1340 total reviews for this teacher
New class
No live meetings
Over 4 weeks
year olds
learners per class
per learner - per week

How does a "Flex" course work?

No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat

Available Times

Pacific Time

Sun, Oct 16

Oct 16 – Nov 12 (4 weeks)
Flexible Time

Sun, Oct 23

Oct 23 – Nov 19 (4 weeks)
Flexible Time

Sun, Oct 30

Oct 30 – Nov 26 (4 weeks)
Flexible Time

Sun, Nov 6

Nov 6 – Dec 3 (4 weeks)
Flexible Time

Sun, Nov 13

Nov 13 – Dec 10 (4 weeks)
Flexible Time

Sun, Nov 20

Nov 20 – Dec 17 (4 weeks)
Flexible Time

Sun, Nov 27

Nov 27 – Dec 24 (4 weeks)
Flexible Time
Don't see a time that works for you?


Class Experience

Week one: We will learn to thread a needle and tie it off. We will also learn a straight stitch and a whip stitch to practice which we will be using for the rest of the class. You will need: Scissors needle thread one piece of felt Week two: This week we will make stocking ornaments. We will also learn to sew on buttons, a skill we will need in week three. You will need: One piece of red or green felt and one piece of white felt Needle Thread Scissors A marker A piece of ribbon, color of your choice. Week three: We will be making Christmas tree-shaped ornaments. You will need: Needle One piece of green felt Pillow stuffing Thread Scissors A marker A piece of ribbon Buttons to sew on as ornaments Week four: We will be making a felt Christmas wreath. You will need: One piece of green felt One piece of red felt A piece of red ribbon Needle Thread Scissors A marker A piece of ribbon
No live meetings, and maybe some time outside of class.
Some students may need assistance and supervision. 

Some of the needed supplies may be potentially dangerous, such as scissors, pins, and needles. 

Supplies are necessary.


Gabrielle Hughes - Autistic Advocate
Lives in the United States
I am an autistic advocate who leads social groups for autistic children and teens as well as teaching classes about autism and sensory needs and inclusive fun classes.
1340 total reviews
1202 completed classes

About Me

My name is Gabrielle, I started teaching sewing lessons when I was a homeschool senior. I taught classes at a local home school group and discovered I had a passion for teaching. When I was 19 I discovered I was most likely autistic and was able... 
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