At Studio How-To, we bring you the joy and calm of handcrafts through traditional crafts with a modern take. We love working with high quality and designer yarns, cotton fabrics, tools, and handcrafting kits. We also offer fun creative workshops to help you try a new craft or learn more about one you’ve already started. You can learn how to sew, knit, embroider, and more.
Our brick & mortar shop on Coventry closed August 23, 2019. However, Sarah Nemecek, the owner, will continue to offer classes at various shops and events around Cleveland. To receive updates as these classes, dates, times and locations are determined, please sign up for our newsletter. We will be adding several of our yarns, fabrics and tools to our website soon so you can shop conveniently from home. You can also find great gift items from our collection at Gleena Ceramics on South Taylor Road in Cleveland Heights this holiday season.
Our mission is to reconnect you with the joy of making things with your own hands, while also making sure your projects are stylish, useful, and beautiful.
You don't need any experience and you don't need to be a creative person to have fun in this space (online or in person). We can even help you host a party or team building event with a creative theme at your location.
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"Sarah has been the reason for me to finally take the dusty sewing machine out of the closet and get started learning. The Studio How-To sewing class was very helpful in restoring my interest in sewing because I was able to review machine basics, learn pattern-making tips, get creative ideas for fabric re-use, and make practical stuff! Every class I was able to walk away with a bag or a pillow and know that I had the ability to keep creating at home."
-Marie, South Euclid