The sewing machine is one household product that always seems to go unused for years. Here's the typical scenario.
Online PR News – 21-February-2011 – – Blackpool, Lancs, UK - February 20, 2011 - The sewing machine is one household product that always seems to go unused for years. Here's the typical scenario. Someone gets excited about learning to sew and buys a new sewing machine, but then never learns how to use it properly. Jack Heywood, a 30+-year veteran in the clothes alterations business, aims to solve this problem by offering his helpful Sew So Easy instructional DVD for beginners.
Heywood developed Sew So Easy because he feels it will help those that are new to sewing learn the basics of alterations and sewing machine operation...all from the comfort of their own home. He wanted to give inspiration to those that are eager to learn about sewing, but who don't have a local class or sewing expert nearby to teach them.
"I've been altering clothes since I was a little boy. I realize people have good intentions when they buy a sewing machine. But they often fail to learn proper methods of sewing, so they give up and hide it away in the basement or attic for years! With this DVD, they'll learn the right way to sew while developing a fun, rewarding hobby or career," states Heywood.
Though Heywood can't physically go to each home individually to teach one how to sew, he's able to use the Web to reach thousands of aspiring sewing machine owners. The instructional DVD teaches how to use just about any basic sewing machine (no special brand needed), how to use a seam ripper, threading, hand sewing, the type of machine needles to use, how to use tailors chalk, how to iron/steam material, and much more.
Heywood says, "The great thing about having a sewing DVD tutorial at home is the user can rewind/fast forward whenever needed while learning. The DVD can be watched multiple times until one's skills have been perfected. There's no rush; everyone can learn at their own pace and any time of the day or night."
More details about the Sew So Easy DVD are available at the Web address below: http://www.sew-so-easy.com
For an interview or more information, please contact Jack Heywood by phone at 01253403758 or by email: email@example.com