Today's question is “How do I work in teaching sewing classes when I work full time?”
The best way to do this is to teach at night. So if you were to get home around 5:00 PM or 5:30 and then normally start cooking dinner, instead of cooking dinner, you do a sewing class.
You could do a 45-minute class. And if you started at 6:00 PM then you'd be done around 7:00 PM by the time all your students left. Then you could cook dinner which wouldn’t put you behind by too much.
Today's question is “What does it cost to start a sewing teacher business?”
So the cost to start a sewing teacher business is relatively low. I mean, super low. It can be as low as starting a blog.
If you want to just get started with one sewing machine and that sewing machine costs $99 new or maybe just $25 used.
Today I want to answer the question, “how much can I make teaching sewing classes?”
So this is actually going to range depending on where you live, what you're teaching and what kind of lesson it is. The average is $60 per hour, but it could be anywhere from $15 an hour up to $150 an hour.
Today I'm going to answer the question, “Do I need insurance to teach sewing classes?”
So this is an important question and the truth is, is yes, you should have some sort of a liability insurance if you're teaching classes.
Hi, I'm Katrina Marie
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