February Sew-cation Camp
A fabric scrap bookmark on top of a pile of books
A patchwork pillow and a teddy bear on a couch
Colorful scrunchies in a felted bowl
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February Sew-cation Camp

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Get to know your sewing machine with these series of classes just for kids! We'll meet on three sequential afternoons during the February school break. You'll go home each day with a nifty new me-made item and the confidence to keep going. Each workshop is $50 or book all three for $125.

Session 1, Tuesday 2/21: Book It FULL
Start with the basics and create a bookmark from fabric scraps.

Session 2, Wednesday 2/22: Patchwork Pillows ONE SEAT LEFT
Learn to piece together fabrics with multiple seams for the front of a small throw pillow.

Session 3, Thursday 2/23: Scrunchie Time FULL
Tackle inside-out construction to make a fabric scrunchie (or two).

Audience: kids aged 6-10

Skill level: beginners

Supplies we'll provide: all materials (fabric, thread, felt) and basic tools like scissors, cutting mats, etc. plus kind, patient instruction

Supplies to bring with you:

  1. Your curiosity and willingness to experiment
  2. Your working sewing machine (contact us if you need to borrow one)

COVID safety precautions:

  • Class size is limited.
  • Masks are strongly encouraged.
  • If you are not feeling well, please stay home. 

When you sign up for this class, you're agreeing to abide by our safety precautions as well as our registration policy. Please contact us before registering if you have any questions.

Instructor

MaryBeth is a lifelong crafter who specializes in garment-sewing and handstitching, and she also dabbles in many fiber arts. She has a Masters of Teaching and Learning from USM and thinks that building connections with other humans, especially crafty humans, is one of the best parts of being a teacher.