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Homeschool Beginner Sewing Series: In this three-part workshop your home learner will learn how to safely use a sewing machine, straight stitch, and turn corners. We’ll build on those skills to make a complete project at every lesson. All materials and equipment included.
At La La Sew, we teach kids how to sew. Sewing is a traditional craft with modern appeal. Kids LOVE designing and making their own unique clothes, accessories, stuffed animals, gifts, and bedroom decor.
Our classes are special because they are...
very small - no more than five kids at a time;
fun - we laugh a lot;
productive - you'll make a unique project in every class;
relaxed - perfection is over-rated.
Our classes promote...
creativity - everyone picks their own fabrics and embellishments;
problem solving - because sometimes things get tangled or backwards;
resourcefulness - making things from scraps is fun;
community - sometimes we make things for local charities;
recycling - we often use old wool sweaters or other secondhand materials;
happiness - making things feels good.
|Resources:||Arts opportunities (art, music, theater, etc)|
|Location:||2702 Monroe Street, Madison, WI, USA|
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La La Sew
2702 Monroe Street, Madison, WI, USA