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Spring Kids Sew Camp with Tamra

Learn the parts of a sewing machine and how they work, then learn to use
one as we first practice on paper. Advance to fabric samples then we will make a pillowcase to
learn about hems and seams. We will move on to quilted soft shapes (choose a heart or a star),
and a simple tote bag. Build skills and confidence as each item is sewn. Cotton fabrics will be
easiest to work with but a slightly heavier fabric will work for the tote bag.
Cost: $ 35.00
Skill Level:beginner
Skill Details:absolute beginners
Requirements:Sewing machine with one extra bobbin and two extra needles (size 80/12) Good scissors Pins with large heads Measuring tape Good seam ripper Pillowcase?one yard fabric, thread to match Tote Bag?1/2 yard fabric, 7/8 yard webbing for handles (optional?we can make them from the bag fabric), 8? x 12? piece of fabric for pocket (optional), thread to match Soft Shape?two 9? squares of fabric for background, one 9? square of contrasting fabric, thread
Instructor Name:Tamra Schenk