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Sew Smarter: 30 Professional Techniques

with Katrina Walker

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(61 reviews)

Sierra99
rated 5 stars

Good Class.

I enjoyed this class. This class offers many practical sewing tips. This class has the best demonstration on how to install an invisible zipper that I have ever seen anywhere. Thank you Katrina.

okieannie9057038
rated 5 stars

Great Class

Easy to follow, great tips. I am preparing to work on a sheer fabric and the techniques and hints were wonderful.n can't wait to put what I learned into practice.

susane1106
rated 5 stars

Sew smarter, not harder!

Katrina demonstrates a vast knowledge of textiles, drape, hang, etc....much more than i ever even really thought about. Though I don't often work with shear or silk fabrics, her instructions can be applied to all fabrics. She has great tips for solving many of those recurrent sewing problems....the ones we always make because we don't know another way. I liked her statement re: "sometimes you use your fancy feet and sometimes you use another technique." And she certainly provides many ...

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Punky Ducky
rated 5 stars

Great and knowledgeable teacher! :)

She has such a laid-back, down to earth teaching style and i enjoy her quick replies. Thank you so much for your patience and sew-wisdom!

bruko
rated 5 stars

Just Loved Everything About This Class

I picked up a lot of really useful tips and tricks. The explanations were easy to understand and follow and I especially loved how the instructor actually showed good and bad examples rather than just talk about it.

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