I'm still here! Did you miss me?
Although I've been present on social media I've been missing from the blogs just a little bit. What I've been up to.
Many of you know I started a YouTube page about six months ago. So I've had to take some time to create content to learn about YouTube to learn about editing photographing videotaping am posting on you too.
In doing that I've actually posted quite a few videos one of which you can see here.
In addition to doing sewing videos I've also added Product review and DIY creation to my content. And boy did that take off. One of my DIY videos has reached over 10,000 views in a matter just two months!!!
I know it's been a while since you've heard from me I've been very very busy I took a sewing studio and I decided to teach a sewing 101 class I worked with my student for about five session and we complete it with a minor project her project was a lap scarf.
I felt great being able to help another woman achieve an accomplishment even though it may seem small but it was that experience that has made me consider continuing this path of teaching a Sewing 101 class. I'm not an expert and I don't know everything about sewing but I am willing to teach what I've learned. I've had numerous people come up to me and asked me to make something for them but I honestly don't have time to make something but I am more than willing to make the time to teach someone how to make it for themselves.
So after doing some research on Sewing 101 classes I've come up pretty much with the curriculum that can work for me and my students for at least about a six week course. So the plan is in the very near future within the next three months I will set my basement up I'll change it over to make a small classroom where I will be able to host at least 2 to 3 students on my first selling 101.
Starting this will still allow me the opportunity to sell for myself which I love to do. I got this idea when I somewhat impromptu interviewed Made Institute founder, Rachel Ford. Please see my previous post here. - My Fabric Haul and Sewing Institute visit of how she started made Institute. I was impressed at her plan of how she started her school without owing anyone any money. The building that housed the Institute appears to be very pricey. I'm going to start on a smaller scale teaching other women a craft that I feel has gone out with the times I am determined to bring it back in and to the forefront of our culture.
I realize I am going to have to put myself to training as well so that means I'm gonna have to go out venture more into sewing so many different things and probably put myself through this course as well completing one of the projects that I'm going to have for the end of the program. I'm willing to do that for the sake of my students. I'm hoping to that other woman will follow suit.
I've learned so much from my Sew sistas via social media they are so willing to help me and I want to be able to give back to the community and the culture as well.
So stay tuned you'll hear more about the studios and you'll see more projects coming up in the very near future happy sewing!!!
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