The Ultimate Guide to Teaching Sewing in Your Homeschool

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Sewing has been a staple of our homeschooling since our daughter was 8 years old and did a sewing project with her grandmother. It was the first thing she tried that she wanted to do again. Since that time we’ve been pouring in to this interest and it’s grown. I love to share what we’ve learned along the way and how we’ve helped to mentor her to her fashion designer status. Welcome to The Ultimate Guide to Teaching Sewing in Your Homeschool.

Adventures in Sewing

Putting together a big box of sewing adventure can be a great way to start out with sewing for kids who show an interest. This post has a lot to offer. For example:

  • Materials to have on hand to start
  • Resources for finding projects
  • How to host a sewing camp with friends
  • Sewing with boys
  • Tips on sewing machines (which kind to buy)
  • Sewing resources for young children

Blog, She Wrote: The Ultimate Guide to Teaching Sewing in Your Homeschool

Resources for Your Sewing Library

Blog, She Wrote: The Ultimate Guide to Teaching Sewing in Your HomeschoolBooks, websites, and tutorials are a great way to learn in a low cost way. Here are links to the books in our sewing library- they are on Rebecca’s blog, Miss Bliss.

 Five Day Hopscotch Series on Teaching Sewing

Incorporating Sewing into Your Homeschool Curriculum

We look for ways to include sewing in Rebecca’s other studies. Here’s a sampling of the work she’s done.

Blog, She Wrote: The Ultimate Guide to Teaching Sewing in Your Homeschool

Other Sewing Resources at Blog, She Wrote

Sewing is a major part of Rebecca’s homeschooling. Look for additions to this page throughout Rebecca’s high school years.

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