Do you want to start sewing but don’t have the slightest clue where you should be starting? Or are you trying to teach the kids how to sew? One of the first things to learn should be how to sew a hole.
The key to starting off sewing is to get a good grasp of the basics. Never bite off more than you can chew.
Biting off more than you can chew get confusing and frustrating. Sometimes even resulting in giving up altogether.
Baby steps are key. One of the first things you want to learn is to mend clothes. Not only is patching holes in old clothing a great way to learn it also help gives your old clothes a new life. Also, a great way to save money.
Here are the 10 easy steps on how to sew a hole.
Congratulations you have patched your first hole!
And there you have it how to sew a hole.
I hope this helps you (or your kids) on your sewing adventure. Mastered patching holes? Why not try to make a pillow case next?
Hi, my name is Vickie. I am a self claimed Chai tea expert and enjoy the finer things in life. Such as a cozy pair of track pants and a good crime book. I love getting my fingers busy and making gifts, clothes and nick-nacks for my family and my close friends (who don't actually know I can use a computer so sssshhhh!)