Kids have endless energy and creativity-- what a joy to see them learn to sew and create pillowcases, tote bags, and zippy pouches of their very own!
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I love kids-- kids are energetic, creative, and fast learners. School breaks are a perfect opportunity for kids to channel that energy, creativity, and ability to learn into a new skill like sewing. Sewn objects make wonderful personal treasures and gifts. Plus, sewing provides real-world experience of math, practice with fine motor skills like using scissors, and lots of tactile feedback-- not to mention it's really fun!
Youth Sewing Classes are divided into two age groups-- 8-12 and 13-18. Each group of kiddos will make three projects:
- Pillowcase- We will make easy, classy pillowcases using Lindsay Connor's free Burrito Pillow Case Pattern
- Zippy Pouch- Amber from Crazy Little Projects has a great, free zipper pencil pouch pattern that is easy to make bigger or smaller as desired
- Tote Bag- I LOVE a classic tote bag for carrying books or clothes, and this Hold Everything Bag by Jean Bailey for All People Quilt is gorgeous enough for a grownup but easy enough for a kiddo to make (and, bonus, it's also a free pattern!)
Don't miss this opportunity to sign your kids up to spend part of their summer learning a fun, valuable, productive skill! Click the button below for full details and to register today!
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