(Gift This Class) Hand Stitches for 18th Century Sewing
Complete library of hand sewing stitches for your friend's 18th Century costuming projects
PURCHASE THIS CLASS AS A GIFT!
Have you benefitted from the Hand Stitches for 18th Century Sewing class and want a friend to enjoy the tutorials too?
Or perhaps you are simply looking for a unique present for a friend to continue their historical costuming journey.
Use this registration page to purchase this class and gift it to the recipient of your choice. It's easy!
To gift the class, be sure to purchase on THIS page. If you want to enroll in the class yourself, click the link above to "read more details."
After successful purchase please go straight to the "course curriculum" to fill out necessary information for your gift recipient. We will email the recipient with instructions on how they can enroll in the class with a unique coupon code to bypass the registration fee.
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Thank you for your generosity in passing on the skills of sewing and our love of historical fashion and costuming!
"I love the Hand Stitches for 18th Century Sewing class. Jennifer has an easy to understand way to explain each stitch and show how to replicate it. Every one of her classes improves my sewing skills, both in modern and historical sewing. Thanks for putting together another great class."
~ Helen Strachan
Teacher to hundreds of sewing and costuming students since 2004, Jennifer dreams of the nostalgia of the past and brings it into her modern life through creating costume ensembles from about 1780 to 1920. Dark chocolate, Jane Austen and bustle dress fanatic. Daughter of the King.
"As with all of Jennifer Rosbrugh’s courses, this course on different stitching techniques is well set out, with concise descriptions and instructions. The instructions and videos are wonderfully clear and easy to understand.
What I like most about the videos is the fact that Jennifer explains where the stitches would be used in the construction process of a garment. For someone new to hand sewing and garment construction, there could be no better course available to learn the basics (and not so basic). To those of us who have sewn for a while, it is a wonderful tool to refresh our talents and to learn where to apply our knowledge.
I always learn something new from Jennifer and I love the way the classes are divided into the different stitches. Her class platform is easy to manoeuvre through so if you want to refresh instructions on a particular stitch it is easily done. This course will not disappoint, no matter what stage of sewing you are at."
~ Susanne Hughes