Best sewing workshops online

If you want to learn to sew. There are a lot fewer things stopping you now. Earlier your schedule was an enemy, money was an enemy by online sewing workshops changed all that. You can always find time to squeeze in an online lesson, it doesn’t matter where you are or what time it is you are able to learn. It doesn’t matter if you don’t have the money as long as you have an internet connection. There are a whole lot of free online lessons on sewing too.

So here are the best sewing workshops available online both paid and free.


First, let us take a look at the paid lessons available online.

1. Online Sewing 101

These classes are expensive but are worth every single dollar. This course is provided by a site called Universal class. Their classes last six months teaches you everything you need to know about sewing. The course even has assignments and at the end, you will be provided with a certificate. This course picks up from the basics like how to make measurements and goes up to super advanced techniques.

These classes really teach you to put together a garment yourself. Zipper and buttons are often considered the most advanced techniques of sewing. They even teach you how to do that.

The site has android and ios apps. All courses are six months in length. You can complete them at your own pace. A certificate will be awarded at the end.

This course costs $75 without the certificate and with the certificate, the cost rises to $95.

2. Skillshare

Skillshare is one of the best places online to learn anything. It has one of the best classes on sewing online. The website works on a subscription model. The plans start at $10 if you pay annually and at $15 if you pay monthly. This is one of the best investments you can make. Since it can let you learn not only sewing but anything you want.


1. Craftsy

This is the go-to website for anything craft related and it includes sewing. This website mostly focuses on the basics of sewing. It teaches multiple stitches, hemming and so on. It has HD video lessons which are accessible 24/7 and all of this is free of any cost.

2. Sew at home

This website offers step by step instruction on sewing and has 350 pages of course content. Their course catalogue is really long and includes lessons about anything related to sewing. The following are the major categories in the table of content.

  • Serger
  • Machine
  • Speciality
  • Quilting
  • Embroidery Software and Tools

All the classes are videos and the length of the video depends on what you are learning. Most of the videos include free software which shows how to sew properly step by step. Each lesson will also be marked according to the skill level needed to attend the class. These marking can come in real handy and help you avoid lessons above your skill level.

There are a lot of youtube channels like detailed tutorials and Angela Kane sewing tv. But I am not expanding on them since they are not technically courses. We recommend you buy sewing machines from and get started with your new sewing hobby.