Today’s a nice Sunday. Our student was able to draft her basic shift dress for the first time.
If you took lessons from us, I suggest that you repeat the same project so that you can practice doing it better or at least faster. 😉
Kauuwi lang namin galing Bacolod kahapon at kinabukasan, may class kami agad!
Hindi ko lang matanggihan si Ma’am, galing Davao pa sya! I am really touched and honored naghintay talaga siya na makabalik ako. 🙂 Thank you po Ma’am sa tiwala!
Hay ayan Friday ngayon, excited nako matulog hahaha. Opo ganyan tlg pag 30s na hahaha. Sa totoo lang lagare kami this week and this weekend lang ako ulit makakapahinga pero nagppasalamat po ako sa mga nageenroll samin at bumibili sa Gawa Ko To Handicrafts!
Masaya po ako at alam ko na madami na ngayon ang pwede ng magsimula manahi ng sarili nilang damit! Naku kung pwede lang mag-island hopping hahaha bbisitahin ko kayo! Ang sarap din kasi sa Bacolod!!! /// To be translated in the future. 🙂
For first-time sewers, i highly recommend starting with an easy project first, like this tote bag. That way, you have plenty of time to get adjusted to the machine, sewing, threading the machine and so on.
Afterwards, you can shift to some basic drafting classes and make your own clothes. At Gawa Ko To Handicrafts, we not only sell sewing supplies, see our shop>> Http://www.shopee.ph/gawakotohandicrafts
We also offer sewing classes and pattern drafting lessons. You can also simply choose the projects you like instead of going through a whole series of sewing course.
We are also open to teach by appointment in Makati. Thank you!