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The Sewing Coach, makes learning to sew easier than ever

Marlene Kuba, The Sewing Coach, makes learning to sew easier than ever before

New Zealand-based sewing coach expert Marlene Kuba’s Sewing Coach website allows you access to her many years of sewing and pattern making experience.

Marlene Kuba, who lives in Auckland, New Zealand, has an abundance of experience and knowledge with 49 years of sewing and 35 years of teaching experience. She successfully conducted sewing schools both in South Africa and in New Zealand.

Through The Sewing Coach website (www.thesewingcoach.com) you can buy detailed step-by-step videoed sewing lessons. There is no more waiting for the post for these sewing lessons to arrive as now you can view them immediately.

Signing up to the sewing coach allows access to choose from the 125 complete sewing lessons. You even get the added bonus for 10 free lessons and the lesson of the week.

The sewing lessons you buy are yours and are in your account for you to access as often as you wish. Some have printed notes and patterns.

To create the best value for you each sewing lesson is sold individually or in bundles required for beginners to sew specific garments. Simply buy the sewing lessons you need as you need them, and watch them as often as you wish. Lessons are ideal for all ages.

The credits that you purchase or get free never expire. So that means you can take your time in purchasing the right sewing lesson for you. No stress, no hassle.

At the end of each month you will get 10% bonus credits on the credits you have purchased during that month.

Got a friend that is interested in sewing? You will get 5 bonus credits for each friend you introduce and who registers on ‘The Sewing Coach’ website.
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