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Sewing Lines on Paper

This is the first sewing exercise of The Apparel Arts Academy sewing course for beginners. These courses are designed for learners planning to go into the fashion/apparel production environment. Before stitching on fabric, first stitch on paper to get use to how the machine pulls fabric through. This is also designed for you to practice sewing straight lines, corners and curves. First start without thread in the machine, then add thread. Purchase the patterns for Level 1 tutorials here: https://tinyurl.com/AAA-L1-Patterns

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