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Sewing machines and learning to sew

Americanaaa

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Hello,

I'm looking to get into sewing as a hobby. I want to make my own clothing from patterns, alter preexisting patterns and alter my current clothes.

I want to learn to sew with a sewing machine but am not sure what to get or what to look for.

Any help?
 

Nine Miler

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Local stores like JoAnn Fabrics have regular classes in the store and some series of class type things you can register and attend. Not sure on your location, so I am not sure if you have those stores.
 

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