Tips for Buying a Sewing Machine
What you'll learn
Are you on the hunt for the perfect sewing machine? Our online craft class is here to guide you on your shopping journey. Wambui Bahati, with her impressive 65 years of experience, will share crucial tips and insights on how to buy a sewing machine.
This insightful class debunks some common myths you might encounter when seeking advice about purchasing a sewing machine. Emphasizing the importance of hands-on experience before buying, Wambui Bahati outlines practical ways to test out a machine and key factors to consider before finalizing your purchase.
Whether you're a sewing novice or an experienced tailor, this online class is a fantastic opportunity to gain industry wisdom from a seasoned expert. Join Wambui Bahati in this illuminating craft class and make an informed choice on your new sewing machine!
Materials and tools used in this class
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I love Ms. Wambui’s energy and teaching talents. This sewing machine class is a must for beginners. Very informative but in a friendly way that made it so easy to understand and be inspired. Thank you.
I don't often leave reviews, but wow! Wambui you are a joy! The enthusiasm, clarity and thoughtfullness of this video was so inspiring. Thank you for making me smile. I look forward to shopping for my upgrade machine!
Very useful tips on buying a first sewing machine. I will be using them when I go shopping. Thank you.
Thank you so much for this helpful advice! I totally agree that investing in a good machine - that also is a good fit for your needs and what you want to use it for - is so worth it!
This class has 2 sessions (30m)
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In this class, Wambui teaches you some key things to look for before you decide to buy a sewing machine.
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