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Zero travel time is great for a busy schedule.
Typically priced lower than local lessons.
Online students stick with lessons as long as local students.
I was very impressed when I came home and saw the bag my son had made under her guida
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· Norwegian · In home
· Bridge · Online
· Bridge · In studio
I went to Parsons School of Design and earned a degree in Integrated Fashion and Costume Design in 2013. I also studied Fashion & Accessories Design and Illustration at the University of the Arts London. I'm an enthusiastic and dedicated person and my teaching style is all about being curious, and learning the tools you need in a fun and easy way. I will help you make your skills work for you, to express your unique sense of creativity. I look forward to helping you reach your goals!
· Meditation · In home
Her studio was also really serene and relaxing. I highly recommend.
Would you like to learn basic skills, hone current ones , or enhance your experience with new techniques? If you're in the middle of a project and need help, or have specifice technique(s) you'd like to work on, consider booking a 15 minute class, or a series of them.
Choose from these subjects, or tell me what you’d like to work on:
• Reading the Yarn Ball Band - Why the information on it is helpful and important
• How to use Ravelry - A knitting community full of useful information
• Fiber Math…Yes you can
• How to Read and Translate Charts
• Help with a Current Project – Understanding a pattern, technique, or correcting a mistake
• Knitting Lace and Openwork Basics – How to do increases and decreases
• Bead Crochet – Crochet necklaces and bracelets, or embellish knitting or crochet projects with beads.
• Hyperbolic Crochet – For those that love math or want to learn how to crochet curves from a flat surface (think of coral, or the edge of a curly lettuce leaf like kale)
• Your wish list of knitting or crochet skills…
I have been teaching since 2012 and am available to teach lessons online and in NYC. I learned teaching skills from some of the most loved and respected teachers in well-known stores, teaching venues, and events. I look forward to working with you to achieve your goals, and have fun while we work together. As an added bonus, I teach both right and left handed as needed. Do you need a time, place, or topic not listed here? Just ask. We can probably work something out.
Enrich your fiber crafting experience. What would you like to learn? Contact me and let’s get started.
· Knitting · In studio
*** Due to recent increase inquires about embroidery machine, please kindly note that I do not teach embroidery machine***
· Sewing · Online
· Sewing · In studio
· Sewing · Online
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I am a chess teacher, tutor, singer, and Shakespearean actor in NYC! I guess you could say I wear a lot of hats.
I graduated with honors in 2009 from New York University with a BFA in Drama. I've been professionally teaching since 2012, but I have always loved sharing the game of chess with anyone who wants to learn (just ask my friends).
Students can expect to face new challenges and to improve each and every week. I am happy to work with students of all different ages and experience levels. As a teacher in the New York Public School system, I know how to make chess simple and friendly enough for Kindergartners, Senior Citizens, and everyone in between! And as an active tournament player (current rating 2000), I can offer great insight into the needs of any skill level. I am thrilled to work with ambitious tournament playe
Chess is a wonderful, challenging game, but I truly believe that anyone can learn to play if they are motivated. Come work with me and discover your new obsession!
· Chess · Online
· Chess · Online
· Chess · Online
I am also involve in research for last 10 years. I have presented piece of my reaserch in prestigious institutions like Harvard university.
I am also dedicated to creative writing and teach calligraphy. I have received many awards for my creative writing at various places.
· Finance · In home
Everyone is different. Each has his/her different objectives. Everyone also his/her own strengths and weaknesses.
I tailor the lessons taking these into the account, and focusing on improving on the weaknesses within the framework of the student's goals.
I try to put the emphasis on calculation, middle-game positions, and endgames, however.
· Chess · In studio
I graduated from Minnesota State University, Mankato with a Bachelor's of Science with a focus on music and theatre. I musically directed several shows and accompanied several performance based classes. I also spent my time at MNSU assisting other students on audition material, class and/or show music, and even taught piano lessons.
I am comfortable teaching students of any and all ages and experience levels. I have been studying piano since I was 5 and have focused on sight reading, jazz & blues, classical, & improvisational. I also have a wide variety of sheet music in my own personal library that I am more than willing to lend out to students. I love nothing more than to teach students how to read sheet music and/or lead sheets with chords.
I look forward to helping you start your journey!
Before you can sew your own clothes, create crafts, and take on sewing projects, you have to learn the basic sewing stitches. From hand-sewing stitches to seam finishes, sewing instructor Cathy G. is here to help you master the basics... Modern sewing machines have all but eliminated the need for hand sewing. Gone are the days of constructing a garment by hand with a needle and thread. That being said, there are still many places where hand-sewing stitches are necessary for a high-qualit … Read More