Learn to Speak Dressmaker with Evelyn Wood

Learn to Speak Dressmaker with Evelyn Wood

A free video series discussing sewing terminology:

This is a free video series of three short videos with Evelyn Wood, where she discusses all of the mystery sewing terminology that you want to know! Evelyn’s wants you to learn to speak dressmaker. Watch these three free videos and you will be surprised with what you might learn! Make sewing easier and more fun!

There are sewers of all skill levels and backgrounds who think that many of the sewing terms that Evelyn discusses are obvious and almost innate, but, to a beginner sewer, it’s a foreign language.  Not only are beginners trying to learn how to operate a sewing machine, they are also learning to use different tools, marking techniques, pressing techniques, cutting fabric correctly, correct stitching, and all the while learning how to speak “the language” of dressmaker.

Evelyn Wood and sewing terminology featured at Sew Whats New

This is a free video series of three short videos with Evelyn Wood, where she discusses all of the mystery sewing terminology that you want to know! Evelyn’s wants you to learn to speak dressmaker. Watch these three free videos and you will be surprised with what you might learn! Make sewing easier and more fun!

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Evelyn Wood is a vintage fashion designer, dressmaker and sewing instructor. Evelyn has been sewing clothes all of her life! Her love is vintage fashion. Evelyn helps those who want to learn how to sew and make their own custom garments. So if you’re into sewing and a vintage or retro style, this channel might be ideal for you. This free sewing video series is brought to you by VINTAGE SEWING SCHOOL https://www.vintagesewingschool.com

 


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