Are You Ready to Learn Stretch Fabric Sewing

In Just One Week?

I'm going to guess that you've been putting off learning how to sew stretchy knit fabric (or thinking that you can't do it) for a lot longer than one week!

This course & one week challenge makes it so easy - walking you through all the settings and techniques you need, with support and camaraderie to help motivate you.

Join the Waitlist for the Next "Sew Stretchy Bootcamp"



  • $20 USD fee to register - no payment required to be on waitlist
  • Daily Video Lessons (Pre-Recorded), Monday-Friday (20-40 minutes)
  • Several Live Q&A Sessions (via Zoom, times will vary, duration will vary depending on the number of questions, recordings will be made available for those who cannot attend live)
  • Daily Homework Assignments and Prize Entry Threads in the Facebook Group (assignments can be completed in about 15-20 minutes)
  • Live Closing Session on the Final Monday - Prizes and Q&A
  • Links to all of these will be provided by email AND in a dedicated Facebook Group for the challenge


  • How to Choose the Right Stretch Fabric for Your Projects
  • Supplies to Use with Different Stretch Fabrics and Scenarios
  • Settings for Your Sewing Machine
  • Best Stitches to Use for Seams, Hems, and Topstitching
  • How to Use a Twin Needle
  • How to Sew Bands, Cuffs, and Binding
  • BONUS OPTIONAL LESSON - How to Use a Serger


  • Sewing Machine - any kind will do, except a straight stitch machine that has no zig zag option or other stitch types
  • Stretch Needles (Ballpoint needles work ok for many stretchy fabrics as well - but stretch is a better choice for any fabric with spandex in it)
  • Fabric Scraps - cut up an old t-shirt if you don't have any stretchy fabric scraps!
  • OPTIONAL: Walking foot or knit foot (strongly recommended if your machine does not have an option to adjust your presser foot pressure, OR a built in even-feed feature
  • OPTIONAL: Serger - you definitely DON'T need one, but they do make sewing knit seams easier and faster

So Are You Ready to Conquer Knit Fabrics?

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