People started pursuing different hobbies ever since staying home became the norm. With more time in our hands and nowhere to be, hobbies help people stay sane and productive.
If you’ve explored different activities in the past year or so and are looking to learn something new to learn, sewing is definitely something worth pursuing. With resources online, you can start teaching yourself if you don’t want to enroll in sewing classes.
To start, here are sewing YouTube channels to check out:
With Wendy channel will teach you how to make different pieces of clothing. From clothes made from scratch to thrift flips, you’ll be able to build your own wardrobe with the help of With Wendy’s videos.
If you prefer to upcycle your clothes, Coolirpa has over one hundred videos dedicated to all her thrift flips. If you’re looking to transform a specific item of clothing, you’ll most likely to find a tutorial of it in Coolirpa’s channel.
To sew clothes, you first must understand how patterns work. If patterns got you confused, Vintage Thirsty knows just where you should start. Aside from this handy guide, Vintage Thirsty also explores DIY in fashion.
The Essentials Club
True to its name, The Essentials Club has everything you need to learn to start sewing basic and essential pieces. Check out this channel if you want cute yet functional pieces.