The Course has just over 130 videos that take you through everything you will need to know about sewing doll clothes. The course is designed to give you everything you need, including Cool Tips and Troubleshooting videos. Such as:
- An outline of tools, fabric and elastic
- How to prepare your patterns and fabric
- Tutorials on sewing basic stitches and seams
- Various methods of hemming on the sewing machine and the serger
- Creating small casings, tubes and straps
- Working with elastic
- The best way to gather fabric
- Attaching sleeves, frills, ribbing, collars and a variety of trimmings
- Sport Shorts
- Crop Top
- Halter Top
- Summer Nightie
When we first received our login information, I went and logged in on my computer. After logging in, I found in the left column, buttons for weeks 1-6 under "How to Sew Doll Clothes Course." Below that is "Course Bonus Patterns," also with buttons for weeks 1-6 underneath. I'm not sure if they are to be viewed consecutively or concurrently, but I think Jen watched the "How to Sew Doll Clothes" videos consecutively. Then when she was ready to begin attempting to sew, she chose the videos for which ever outfits she wanted to work on.
Here is her first article of clothing: the crop top. Or, it could be turned around, and used as a vest!
With more practice, maybe Jen could even start making doll clothes for Christmas gifts, or as a way to raise some money. (She'd really like to get Molly, before she is retired forever).
I enjoy watching the videos, myself, and learning more sewing tips and tricks. I like the way Rosie starts the course out with the very basic stuff, which is especially helpful to beginners, like Jen. There are also things for a more experienced person, like me, to learn.
I'm not sure if there is a specified age range, but it seems suitable for all ages, in my opinion. So, if you have little girls, age 8 and up, who are interested in learning to sew, I imagine this would be great. There might even be some boys who want to learn to sew, as well! Little Bit seemed especially intrigued while Sis was sewing! ;-)
And, hey! we love to listen to that Aussie accent! Yes, notice, my Aussie friends: she is from your country!
Be sure to read the rest of the Crew reviews, to see how my Crew mates used this course in their homes.
Cost (at time of this blog post):
Option 1 (12 months online Membership) AUD $49.94 USD $47.27
Online course delivered over 6 weeks
This option is ideal for the beginner or if you are just getting back into sewing and need a refresher. The course and bonus patterns are delivered in modules over 6 weeks so as not to overwhelm you. You can go back and view them as many times as you like, whenever you like over the next 12 months.
Option 2 (12 months online Membership) AUD $49.94 USD $47.27 Immediate access to all online video tutorials Great option if you are an experienced sewer who wants to skip the basics and get right to all the terrific tips and start sewing all the bonus doll clothes patterns today OR if you have some holidays and want to do it all now! You will still have 12 months online access to go back and view the basics if you choose.
Option 3 How to Make Doll Clothes Video Course on DVD (Keep Forever) AUD $69.94 USD $66.21
DVD set for your computer or DVD player
If you prefer a hard copy of your course to keep forever you can opt to buy the DVD set and have it shipped to you. This fantastic set can be played on computers or DVD players and includes 6 DVDs with all the course videos PLUS 4 bonus DVDs with the 8 bonus 18 inch doll clothes pattern tutorials and 1 CD with the bonus PDF doll clothes pattern pieces and written instructions. That’s a total of 10 DVDs and 1 CD!
Rosie’s Doll Clothes Patterns
PO Box 2493
Keperra QLD 4054
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