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Sewing Fashion Knits: Beyond the Basics taught by Linda Lee

Stretch your skills with designer Linda Lee as you learn how to sew knits from slinky to open weave, including preparation, sewing and serging for a perfect finish.

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Category Sewing
Type Clothing
Sizing Women
Style Funky
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What materials did you use? Tissue Knit - From G-Street

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What are you most proud of? Doing something new.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Practice sewing with the scraps.

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Pat, what you have created is really lovely - and super practical, quite often a plus as well! - Bu that dress and the little multi-coloured T... they are just - with only a pic to go on -the fabric combo & placement on the black/yellow dress is inspiring, and the peplum cardigan looks so well fitted it looks damn sexy before anybody's even put it on yet.Super fab!!If you care to mention your source for the prints in partic, I'd be v appreciative....Best Gooby Girl

09/20/2015 Flag

Thank you for the compliments. Most of my fabric comes from Fabric Mart or Craftsy. This year I joined Julie's Picks a swatch club from Fabric Mart.

10/10/2015 Flag

How to join classes, pause or review there any charge?

04/26/2016 Flag

Hi Jodimcmau- I see you are already a Craftsy member, just look at the classes offered listed at the top of the window under online classes. Hope this helpes.

04/28/2016 Flag

Jodi, yes, there is a charge for most individual Craftsy courses, but they're really worth it. You get unlimited viewings, interaction with the instructors, and feed back from classmates. You can pause, repeat, skip forwards or back. You never lose access to your classes. I suggest you check out the free classes first, to get a taste.

06/06/2016 Flag