Learn to Sew For Kids

 Posted by on October 7, 2012  Sewing Books  1 Response »
Oct 072012

Learn to Sew for Your Doll: A Beginner’s Guide to Sewing for an 18″ Doll
By Sherralyn St. Clair
Publication Date: April 9, 2012
Paperback: 78 pages

If you would like to teach a special child how to sew, this book presents a series of skills in a learning sequence that takes the new seamstress from the first use of a sewing machine through making an attractive wardrobe for a doll. The book gives the student a place to start and then builds on the initial skills.

This book includes instructions and full size patterns for 18″ doll clothes.
Measurements are given in both US and metric units.
Stitching bookmarks introduces machine sewing and zigzagging.
Beginning fabric skills are taught with simple projects to sew bed clothes for a doll. While sewing a doll bed cover, pillow, and pillow case the student learns to recognize the right and wrong sides of fabric, and to find the straight of grain, cross grain and bias of fabric. Skills in tearing fabric and cutting along a pulled thread are taught.

The student then moves on to sew an attractive wardrobe for an 18″ doll
A-line skirt
Two-tiered skirt
Smock top
Skills taught include
Pattern reading and cutting
Machine stitching
Finishing seams
Sewing casings
Attaching closures

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Learn To Sew For Kids

Happy Sewing!