Slumber Party Sewing Club FLEX Class - Use a Sewing Machine and Make 2 Projects
In this 4 week FLEX class, learners will go over basic sewing machine skills, learn about choosing, measuring, and cutting fabric, and sew 2 projects - a drawstring bag and a pillowcase. Perfect for beginners with adult supervision.
Autumn Emigh (she/her/hers)
313 total reviews for this teacher
No live meetings
Over 4 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per week
How does a “Flexible Schedule” 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
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This class is for beginning sewists with adult supervision. Cutting and sewing fabric requires tools that can be dangerous if not used correctly, so please make sure you work with your child to keep them safe. This class will not have live meetings, but each week's content will be posted on Monday. Content will include videos, discussion questions, and posting photos of projects. Because I want to add to the sleepover feel of this class, we will play a party game each week. Below is a...
Students will learn about different types and parts of fabrics. Students will learn about the parts of a sewing machine. Students will learn basic sewing machine skills. Students will learn to cut fabric. Students will make a pillowcase and a drawstring bag.
I learned to sew in 4-H when I was a teenager, and I started sewing again when I was pregnant with my first daughter 21 years ago. I have helped teach many 4-H members how to sew through our club sewing meetings, and I have been teaching sewing on Outschool for about 18 months through my t-shirt quilt flex class.
This class is all FLEX, but I will expect students to participate in each activity. You should be able to complete all class activities in about 2 hours a week. This class is for beginning sewists with adult supervision. Cutting and sewing fabric requires tools that can be dangerous if not used correctly, so please make sure you work with your child to keep them safe.
General supplies you will need for this class: Sewing machine with needles (I recommend heavy duty needles size 90/14 or 100/16) Sewing scissors Pins Sewing measuring tape Chalk or fabric marker Black marker Yardstick or cutting ruler Rotary cutter and cutting mat (optional) I recommend waiting until after watching the first week videos to get the following supplies for your projects. For the pillowcase you will need: 1 yard of the main fabric 1/3 yard of the accent fabric Thread to match For the drawstring bag you will need: 5/8 yard of fabric 2 yards coordinating ribbon Safety pin Lighter (to singe the edges of the ribbon and keep them from unraveling)
Can learners talk about different types and parts of fabric? Can students name different parts of a sewing machine? Did students demonstrate basic sewing machine skills? Can students cut fabric? Did students make a pillowcase and drawstring bag? Did students have fun?
No live meetings, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
This class is for beginning sewists with adult supervision. Cutting and sewing fabric requires tools that can be dangerous if not used correctly, so please make sure you work with your child to keep them safe. Scissors, sewing machines, pins, and needles should all be kept in a safe place when not in use.
All materials for this class will be created by the instructor.
Autumn Emigh (she/her/hers)
M.S., CCC-SLP - Creativity and communication are my passion
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
313 total reviews
292 completed classes
I am a licensed Speech Therapist and English as a Second Language teacher by training, so my classes are all about learning and using language. I am also passionate about including all learners and making my classroom a safe and inclusive space. ...