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Join us for our upcoming events to meet Andi and other sewing machine enthusiasts!

ALL events and programs are VIRTUAL and accessible from anywhere!

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Join us for our next LIVE Open House Event!

This is a chance to meet Andi virtually and ask questions that she can answer live.  You won't be on camera, so it's okay if you're shy!

Can't make it at this day or time?  No worries, as long as you register, the replay link will be sent to you after the event, and you can still ask questions that Andi will answer personally.

Here about our current programs, how they will help you, what programs are the right fit for you, and how they cost.  A link will be sent after the event if you want to see each program in greater detail.

All programs are discounted for a few days after the Open house Event.

Curious about the business of sewing machine service, different models, starting from scratch, how profitable, and more? 

Join us for a weekly presentation on different aspects of starting, scaling, and building a service business of your own!  It's more achievable than you may think.

 

You do not need to be enrolled in our service programs to join Business School.

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Ready to dive in but don't know where to start?  Complete this short form telling us about the machines you have and your personal goals, and Andi will personally assess your information and send you a custom learning plan to help you reach your goals.

Programs are offered at a discount with your Custom Learning Plan

The Sewing Doc Academy has three major goals:


1.  To help as many people as possible become self-sufficient in troubleshooting, maintaining, and making minor repairs to their sewing machines.  We love to help you avoid paying service fees for routine maintenance, driving several hours to a service shop, and eliminating the down time while waiting for your machine to be ready. 

 

2.  To replenish the number of skilled folks that can offer their services to their community, either through paid services, such as service business, or through volunteering services, such as supporting a maker space or senior center with machine maintenance.  To be of help to your community, you do NOT need to open up a full-blown service shop.  I ran my business for the first 6 years from my kitchen table and basement.

 

3.  To contribute to our communities.  One of my biggest personal interests is to offer opportunities to those that have a hard time securing and managing stable income.  This means people that are previous incarcerated and struggle to find suitable income and discrimination, and for those with disabilities that face similar struggles.

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