It is Easy for Anyone to Learn to Sew, According to a New Web Site
It is easy for anyone who would like to learn to sew with the help of a new web site. The new web site provides practical sewing advice, sewing tips, sewing discussions, and a new sewing video.
The new web site, www.SewingIsEasy.com, offers help to beginners and others who want to learn to sew for the first time, or perhaps just find tips for a sewing project. The site is simple to use and offers sewing help for people at all levels of experience.
The growing web site offers sewing hints, projects, tips, and practical advice from Triantos, who is well qualified. She has over 20 years of dressmaking experience at the highest level, and has been teaching students from a diversified background ranging from doctors to grandmothers, as well as teaching sewing classes for children.
Triantos has the experience and expertise to help anyone with any sewing project.
“Sewing really is easy, and my passion is helping anyone develop sewing skills quickly and easily. Anyone can quickly gain the skills and confidence to successfully complete any sewing project. I love to answer sewing questions on the discussion page,” said Triantos.
Anyone can join in on the discussion page, where topics include advice about sewing dresses, zippers, shirts, hems, curtains, and children’s clothing.
“Learning to sew is fun and easy, and your quality can be just as good as any store-bought item or anything from a high fashion designer. It just takes a bit of confidence, access to quality teaching products, support and best of all a whole lot of laughter. My goal is to provide all of those things, and more,” explained Triantos.
The new web site, www.SewingIsEasy.com, is designed to help the home sewer reach a superior level of sewing skills and confidence. The web site provides help and support through a discussion forum, as well as tips and advice contained on pages of the site itself. The site was founded by Vicky Triantos, who has over 20 years of experience teaching the art and skills of sewing, and was trained as a Couture dressmaker in Paris.
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