Kids’ Sewing Ages 9-12 1F19
Learn how to use the sewing machine, cut patterns and sew. Develop your own personal sewing kit. Bags, pillows and simple clothing lead to more complex projects as you gain more experience. Sewing is practical and fun. Once you know how to do it you can make great things for yourself and for friends.
Carol Price has been sewing since childhood, following the tradition set by her father, a tailor. She designs and sells her own line of women’s apparel, pillows, drapes, backpacks, handbags and dolls. Over the years, Carol has taught hundreds of people of all ages to sew at the Eliot School.
Materials & Tools:
You may use our sewing machines or bring your own.
With the instructor’s advice, each student will supply fabric and develop a personal sewing kit.
Recommended sewing kit:
Class 66 bobbins (plastic)
Dressmaker shears (Fiskars or Gingher)
Assorted machine sewing needles
Assorted hand sewing needles
Dressmaker’s pencil or tailor’s chalk
Tape measure 60”
Dark and light color thread for basting
Needle threader (optional)
Sewing gauge (optional)
Find out where to buy supplies.