Sew With Jo           




Learn How To Sew With Your Own Personal Tutor...

In The Convenience of Your Own Home

Learning how to sew can be fun, exciting, and rewarding.  When you look at the sewing project you just completed, and say to yourself, "I made that!" it sure makes you feel proud.

You accomplished something that not many people can do.  It takes patience, time, and perseverance to finish a challenging sewing project.

But How Do You Get Started?

You can take a sewing class...but if there aren't any in your local area, you're out of luck.

Or you can take the ultimate challenge and buy a pattern and fabric and try to make the item using the pattern instructions. I can guarantee, you will get frustrated.  This will lead to never finishing the project, giving up on sewing, and never picking it up again.

I can save you from these frustrations. Here is a program that can help you get started:

Mavis Cox is a lovely woman in her 90's, and yes...she is still sewing!

Her book: 

Sewing 101:  Step-By-Step Guide To Sewing Basics  Click Here!

is detailed, informative, and very helpful. She takes you step-by-step from learning basic sewing to learning more advanced techniques.  Her positive, simple teaching style will have you sewing in no time.

If you prefer using DVD's to help you learn how to sew, I found 2 good sources for you to consider:


There are several different programs for your needs.  Each one will help you to get started today.

For more sources of e-books, you can go to my Instructional Books & DVD's page.  Here you will find other excellent teaching products that will get you behind the sewing machine and creating something you can be proud of.

Congratulations on taking the first step to your new found adventure. 






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Jo Ann, I owe you a MAJOR thank you! My heartfelt thanks for your efforts with my dress. Everyone loved it.
I am eternally grateful!

Sherry L.                            Margate, N.J.