Acton, MA, May 23, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- An exceptional teacher, Susan Khalje established the Couture Sewing School in 1993 and has also taught couture sewing techniques throughout the country. Susan is the author of many sewing books, has contributed articles to popular sewing magazines and is also the host of the DIY Networks Sew Much More TV show.PatternReview.com
is an online community of 60,000 sewers who share sewing tips and techniques by writing and commenting on reviews for sewing patterns, sewing machines, and other sewing products. The site features an active sewing message board and users are also able to purchase sewing patterns from a variety of pattern manufacturers. They can also participate in online sewing classes taught by subject matter experts for a variety of topics.
Online sewing classes taught on PatternReview.com consist of downloadable lessons, real time chats between the instructors and students as well as a message board where questions, answers, tips and techniques can be exchanged. PatternReview.com established this format for online sewing classes in 2003 and has run sewing classes on diverse sewing techniques. Each sewing class is taught by subject matter experts such as Kenneth King, Shannon Gifford, Sarah Veblen and others. Besides Susan’s Couture Hand Stitches class other classes currently being offered include Linens and More, Dress Forms – Fast and Easy as well as Understanding Sheer Fabrics.
Susan Khalje is very excited to run an online sewing class on PatternReview.com and remarked "I have long been impressed with the breadth and quality of what is offered at PatternReview.com - and the core intent of the site, which is to educate and inform the sewing public in an easily-accessible way. Although I'm a dressmaker at heart, I'm also an educator, and I think PatternReview.com's online classes are a marvelous (and affordable) way to share our sewing knowledge. That's why I've decided to offer on-line classes through them.”
Susan’s Couture Hand Stitches sewing class starts June 12th and will teach students how to create more than a dozen different stitches as well as how and where to use them. To learn more or signup visit the Sewing Classes
section on PatternReview.com.