Sewing machine practice sheets

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Sewing machine practice sheets Pattern


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Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Pattern Description:

Do you have a sewing machine at home? Perhaps one you inherited, were given as a gift, or even one you bought in a fit of excitement, and then never got round to using. Don't let that precious resource go to waste. Did you know that sewing is having a resurgence of popularity?

If you've not used a sewing machine or are a bit rusty, then you'll want to practice your stitches before tackling some real projects. Did you know that your sewing machine doesn't just sew fabric? You can sew paper too! In fact, it's the ideal way to start out and practice.

Why not print out these Sewing Machine Practice Sheets and give it a try? These sheets are also a fun way to teach children to learn how to use the machine, control speed, turn corners and sew shapes. It's a great way to learn and practice without using up your fabric until you are ready.

Includes 6 sheets for you to practice:
* Straight line stitching
* Zig-zag stitches
* Turning corners at right angles, left and right
* Turning other corners and points
* Sewing curves and circles

Have some fun while you learn!


  • Just a basic sewing machine to get you started

You Will Also Need:

  • Thread in any color

About Designer

About Designer

Deby Coles on

I'm originally British and now live in the Cayman Islands where I like to spend my time staring dreamily at the clear blues of the Caribbean sea and sky, and sewing.

I'm just starting to blog about my sewing projects and journey in learning to sew - find me here: I love to try out the best of the internet's free sewing patterns and have just started to offer some of ...

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