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I love Creativebug.  I have found it to be a great resource in teaching children how to sew.  It has wonderful  instructional videos not only on sewing, but on a variety of arts and crafts. - The Lost Apron
I love Creativebug.  I have found it to be a great resource in teaching children how to sew.  It has wonderful  instructional videos not only on sewing, but on a variety of arts and crafts.

You can try it for one month for $1 with this offer below.

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How does it work? Follow this link:  Get 1 Month of Creativebug For Just $1 .  Set up an account and begin your membership.  You may cancel at any time.  You can try it for one month and see what you think.

View all classes.  The subscription allows you access to absolutely ALL the classes.  There are over 1,000 classes and they are all accessible with your subscription at no additional cost.

Keep classes.  When your subscription expires, you no longer have access to any of the classes.  BUT, for every month that you subscribe you get to keep one class forever.  You can access these saved classes even after you are no longer a subscriber. There is also an option to buy classes to keep.

My recommendations for children:  One of my favorite instructors is Annabel Wrigley.  Find her page HERE.   One of her classes that is perfect for beginning hand sewing is Cross Stitched Wall Art.  I am planning to use this class for my younger students this summer.

When children are ready for sewing on a sewing machine, Liesl Gibson is a great instructor.  Find her page HERE.  A sampling of the basics that are perfect for children as they learn:

There are also non-sewing classes just for kids.

 Have you tried creativebug?

Let me know how you like it.

 

 Other  lessons to teach children to sew: 

How to Run Your Own Summer Sewing Camp is a series  where you can learn to plan your own Summer Sewing Camp.  Follow the instructions here and you too can  teach your own children to sew in the form of a camp.  This plan includes instructions for planning a week of Summer Sewing Camp, together with lessons on skills and tutorials for projects using these skills. - The Lost Apron

Pillows, Pouches, & Bows. Oh My!!! -- The Lost Apron

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