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Tracy is a pleasure to learn from. She’s so responsive and helpful . My daughter has been wanting to learn how to use a sewing machine and create her own clothing . Thanks to Tracy , my daughter is well on her way!Sep 11, 2020Verified
The way Tracy explains the lesson is easy for me to understand it. She already prepared the lesson, which is excite me and make me cannot wait for the next class. I cannot wait to learn how to make pattern from scratch.Sep 10, 2020Verified
She is responsive, patient, and passionate about her craft. She meets her students where they are.Jul 17, 2020Verified
Tracy is very sweet and helpful. She breaks everything down to where you understand and gives you stuff to practice.Jun 23, 2020Verified
Tracy was SO HELPFUL. She doesn’t charge enough. I was so grateful for her help.May 10, 2020Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?My classes are typically one hour and that is what is reflected in the pricing. If you want longer lessons I can adjust the price. I don't recommend classes less than one hour.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?New students start with the How-Not-To-Break-The-Sewing-Machine lesson. It's about 1 hour and goes over all the parts of the machine. No materials are needed for this lesson. Students sew on paper (PDF) with no thread to learn how to use the machine. If there is time we also go over the different feet and accessories that came with your machine or are commonly used. Sometimes we get to threading the machine and winding a bobbin on this lesson, if not, it is in the second lesson.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have been sewing for over 40 years. I have been teaching sewing to students 7 and up for 10 years.