This semester I learned how to sew. When I first started this learning project I looked up many tips for beginners to help me get started. Now that I have been sewing for several weeks I thought I would make my own list of tips based on what I have learned. Disclaimer: these are tips … Continue reading What I’ve learned about Sewing
For my final sewing project in EDTC 300, I created a mini-quilt that represented ky learning from ECCU 400. Here is a video that shows the final outcome and explains the treaty understandings it represents: Throughout this learning project, I have considered many ways to document learning including Screencastify which helped me make this … Continue reading Sewing together Treaty Understandings
To document my learning in ECCU 400- Treaties in the classroom, I decided to sew a quilt that demonstrates my understandings of treaty. To do this I wanted to be able to design and print onto the fabric somehow. This article told me that I could iron Freezer Paper onto the fabric to … Continue reading Print on Fabric!!
This week we were given a challenge to create a tutorial that demonstrates something we learned for a I think that out of everything I have encountered during sewing, the hardest part was threading the sewing machine. I didn’t find a whole lot of helpful tutorials out there so that is what I decided to … Continue reading Sewing Machine Tutorial
I have a confession to make. For this weeks challenge (actually last weeks) to try a new way to document learning I had great ambitions of creating a Nifty or 5-Minute Crafts styled video. However, after hours of videoing, I just can’t get it right! It is way over my head! Instead, I noticed … Continue reading A book about a door
To keep with the theme of classroom related sewing projects, I decided to sew a fidget. I used this tutorial that walked you through the steps of creating a marble maze. One of the steps had you print off her template, and then sew overtop the paper to create the lines for the maze. I … Continue reading An a-MAZE-ingly Easy Project
Honestly, I think people tend to take pockets for granted. But let me tell you if I am in a pocketless outfit my whole day is a mess! So I knew one of the things I wanted to learn how to do was sew pockets. In my first year of University, I did a practicum … Continue reading Because Everyone Loves Pockets