The internet abounds with sewing tutorials, helpful guides, videos, and how-to’s that will get you off on the right presser foot.
Below is a list of sites that will get you started.
I recommend that you use them to learn about the parts of a sewing machine first, and then sew on these practice sheets until you feel comfortable with the machine.
After that, you can do a simple project like a scarf, napkin, pillow, or bag.
I hope you enjoy learning how to sew!
Learn to Sew
Tilly and the Buttons: Tilly has some handy guides that are perfect for beginners.
Professor Pincushion: The professor has video tutorials, forums, a place to ask questions, and more.
Oh You Crafty Gal: Julie has a collection of sewing videos and tutorials on her blog.
E Sewing Workshop: This site has both free and paid options for learning to sew.
So Sew Easy: Get sewing tutorials, free patterns, and more on this site.
All Free Sewing: Get free ebooks, patterns, tutorials, and videos on All Free Sewing.
Sew Can She: This site offers a variety of sewing tutorials created by both the site owner and other bloggers.
Sew Mama Sew: This section of Sew Mama Sew has a variety of tutorials and patterns.
Polka Dot Chair: You’ll find tutorials for a variety of projects on this site.
Melly Sews: Melly has tutorials for an assortment of sewing projects.
How to Sew: Get sewing tips and patterns for beginners on this Better Homes and Gardens site.
Did these sites give you everything you need to learn to sew?