Click on the link to see Acton TV video! Interview with Rebecca Szetela, Create! Sewing Studio
Owner-Instructor Rebecca earned a BA in Art from Tufts University/Boston Museum School & an MBA from Simmons School of Management. Before opening the sewing studio, Rebecca ran a successful graphic design business for over 20 years and was also a resident artist at Emerson Umbrella Center for the Arts in Concord, MA. Rebecca Szetela has been teaching sewing in Acton for over 12 years. Create!® Sewing Studio is located at 274 Great Road, Acton, MA 01720. “Our mission is to encourage creativity in children, teens & adults through the medium of sewing.” –Rebecca
Sewing Instructor Ruth has been sewing for many years. She is a talented quilting and garment sewing instructor. Ruth’s former work was as a special needs teacher in the public system and she has carried that sensitivity to children into her teaching at Create! Sewing Studio.
Sewing Instructor Karen loves to sew and has been sewing for most of her life. Karen has a background in Fashion Retailing, but now she loves teaching children, teens and adults how to sew. Karen is also an accomplished quilter!
Sewing Instructor Susanne has been sewing quilts for over 25 years and garments for over 50 years! She is a great sewing teacher with a keen eye for detail. Susanne’s quilts and garments are gorgeous and meticulously made and she is also a whiz with embroidery machines. Susanne has taught at Create!® Sewing Studio for many years.
Sewing Instructor Denise is a very knowledgeable sewing instructor who formerly taught in a local elementary school. Although retired from her full-time school teaching, she may be a familiar face to local students as she is a substitute teacher in area schools. Denise loves to sew and to teaching children, teens and adults how to sew.
Sewing Instructor Jen teaches sewing and is our “craft innovator” at Create!® . “My mother taught me to sew. Since then, my love of sewing and all things creative has grown immensely. Thinking outside the box, working in unconventional ways with limitless types of fabric allow for endless possibilities, which I find very exciting! Learning to sew develops self-confidence, which I’ve seen in every student I’ve worked with at the sewing studio. What a rewarding place to be for students and teachers alike!