Kid’s Beginner Sewing is a series of classes is intended for children ages 8-16, but the projects are also appropriate for parents or adults. This class will take the student from the absolute beginner to a more independent sewist, exposing them to a variety of basic techniques and skills. Each project is intended to help boost confidence and build on skills learned in previous lessons.
While the curriculum was originally written for ages 11 and up, younger children may find it fun when supervised by a parent. Remember that all children ages 8-11 must attend with a parent until they become independent sewers and can troubleshoot and operate equipment consistently on their own.
Projects will include items from home decor, bags, accessories, and a brief introduction to basic clothing. Please note that these are the current projects and may vary based on material availability, number, and demographics of students. I try to pick projects that will be fun for students while teaching basic skills. Not every student will enjoy every project completed, but they are used to teach basic skills and techniques.
Covered in Kid’s Beginner Sewing II
In Kid’s Beginner Sewing II students will build on skills learned in Kid’s Beginner Sewing I. They will practice cutting techniques, learn how to sew in zippers, and have a brief introduction to basic quilting. This class will complete 3 basic sewing projects. Projects may vary.
|Course Price:||$40.00||Register today!|
for 4 weeks
|Materials Kit:||$30.00 + tax||REQUIRED! |
Purchase Materials Kit
A Kid’s Guide to Sewing
(Sophie Kerr with Weeks Ringle and Bill Kerr)
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|Prerequisites:||Yes||Kid’s Beginner Sewing I |
(or demonstration of appropriate skills)
Recommended for ages 8-11 years old:
Kid’s Hand Sewing I
Kid’s Hand Sewing II and
Kid’s Hand Sewing III
|Projects:||3||Small Zippered Pouch (unlined)|
Simple Drawstring Bag or Backpack with zippered pocket
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What this course is not
This course is a basic overview of sewing with a sewing machine using basic materials and tools available to consumers at a variety of stores or around the house. This class is NOT intended to make you an expert seamstress. This is a foundational class only to allow you to learn the basics of using a sewing machine with minimal investment.
This course is not a free-for-all and attend if you feel like it course. Each lesson builds on skills from a previous lesson. Attendance is expected. There will be no refunds for missed classes. Please register for a FREE SEW EVENT to make up missed class(es) or schedule a private lesson for additional instruction.
What do all the fees cover?
Your course fee covers 90-minutes of instruction for 4 weeks and practice worksheets as needed. It covers all in-class use of machines and tools, including the use of thread and needles on classroom machines.
Your materials kit fee covers all supplies and materials required to complete the selected sewing projects. This includes fabric, felt, stuffing, thread, hand-needles, notions, and other materials to complete the projects each week. Some materials may be used as supplemental materials in Kid’s Beginner Sewing II or III.
The textbook is required. This book selection will have additional information helpful to beginner students and is recommended as a reference. The book includes additional sewing projects for extra practice. This book will be used for Kid’s Beginner Sewing I, II, and III.
* * * Notes * * *
- Enrolling more than 1 student? If you are enrolling more than one student, please email at firstname.lastname@example.org for a multi-student discount before checkout.
- Enrolling parent and child? If you are enrolling your child and yourself, please email at email@example.com for a parent/child discount before checkout.
- Projects may vary in different course sessions.