This class is geared for 7-12 year old kids but teens and parents are welcome to register too!
Learn about feminist history while mastering basic hand-stitching techniques. Participants will cut out, stitch, and stuff a Sewcial Studies doll featuring one of four BIPOC trailblazers: Maria Tallchief, Shirley Chisholm, Anna May Wong, and Frida Kahlo. Students will hear a bit about each of these amazing women and go home with a doll they've made themselves!
Audience: kids, tweens, teens, and parents
Skill level: beginners
Supplies we'll provide: all materials and tools
Supplies to bring with you:
Willingness to experiment
COVID safety precautions:
Class size is limited due to social distancing requirements.
Masks are required to be worn over your nose and mouth for the duration of the class.
If you are not feeling well, if anyone in your household has tested positive in the past week, and/or if you are not vaccinated against COVID-19, 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: Jenna is a Maine-livin' Midwesterner, crafty feminist, recycling nut, and feral housewife.
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