Sewing in Baby Steps … the Workbook!

If you always wanted to learn how to sew, but were too afraid or intimidated, this is the workshop for you. The Sewing in Baby Steps workbook is designed to teach you how to sew one baby step at a time.

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The workbook is divided into 13 days. Each day contains a short baby step assignment with detailed instructions to help you complete the task. By the end of the workbook, you’ll have sewn a reusable drawstring produce bag and matching shopping tote, and you’ll be on your way to sewing other fun projects!
You can complete one baby step each day, as intended, or one baby step each week. The workbook is designed to be done in your own time and at your own pace.
Who is the workbook for?
The workbook is intended for:
  • those who are completely new to sewing.
  • those who have sewn previously, but need a quick refresher on how to get started.
It is not intended for those with extensive previous sewing experience.

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What materials will I need?


Here’s what you’ll need to get started:

  • Sewing Machine
  • Multipurpose Thread
  • Empty Bobbins
  • Scrap Fabric
  • Scissors
Here’s what others are saying:

“I finally took step 1 yesterday, and I have to say I already feel such success. You were spot-on with the need to dust my machine. Thank you so much for encouraging me to actually DO something with the sewing machine I begged my husband for over three years ago!” –Sadia

“I wanted to thank you so much for the Sewing in Baby Steps Workshop……The information was great, the pacing was perfect, and I really got acquainted with my machine and how it works……Thank you…..” –Kimberlee

Download Your Copy of Sewing in Baby Steps for $5.95

That is less than $0.50 per day and it is available for immediate download by clicking the add to cart button below. Are you excited? You’re going to learn how to sew!
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Comments

  1. Stumbled onto your blog from Ohdeedoh today and it must be fate because I have plans to purchase my first sewing machine this week, but literally I don't ever remember even TOUCHING a sewing machine. The overwhelming amount of craft blogs have inspired me to teach myself, but I had no idea what beginning steps to take.

    Thanks! I plan on downloading this!