Among Us: Sew a Miniature Imposter Plushie Out of Socks, Sustainable Sewing
Learn how to sew an imposter plushie from the popular game, Among Us using upcycled socks (beginning to intermediate sewing).
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Students will learn basic hand sewing skills by creating an Imposter plushie from the popular game, Among Us. We will use upcycled socks. You know, that "sus" sock that keeps floating in and out of the wash? We are a live class, so that we can learn to sew together and talk about everyone's favorite game. Students will learn sewing safety, how to thread a needle and tie a thread, how to build a sewing kit, and other beginning sewing skills. This class is also for intermediate sewers who...
Students will sew a plushie. Students will learn beginning sewing skills including: how to thread a needle, how to tie thread, how to make a stitch, how to work with stuffing, how to build a sewing kit, and other useful and sustainable sewing tips. Intermediate sewers will be given additional tips and training to match their skill level.
I am a heritage and vintage seamstress. I have hosted classes for children, adults, and special needs students. I enjoy sharing this skill with new and advanced learners. I strive to include sustainable sewing methods in my class instruction and in my personal sewing projects whenever possible.
Some students may need more time than the scheduled classroom time to finish their plushie. An adult is recommended to be on hand to assist learners.
Required Supplies: 1) Scissors (Please, make sure your scissors are sharp. I recommend a pair of metal scissors that you use exclusively for material and fabric only.) 2) Sewing Needles. (Bring more than one just in case one breaks.) 3) A sock for the body and the backpack. 4) A light color for the astronaut helmet (This would be a great time to use that extra "sus" sock that floats around.) 5) Stuffing (You can use cotton stuffing from the craft store, filling from worn out pillows, material left over from sewing projects, an old sock, really anything that will fill out your plushie imposter.) 6) Thread (Matching thread is always a plus, but any thread will do.) Optional Supplies: 7) Needle Threader 8) Sewing Marker or tailor's chalk 9) Pin Cushion 10) Quilter/Magic clips 11) Sewing box (This will help you stay organized. That way, all of your sewing supplies are safe in one place for the next class.) Above all, please, make sure that a parent or guardian has approved your use of socks or gloves for this project. We don't want to cut into any special garments that your Grandma knitted or crocheted special for you, or use your last pair of winter gloves and socks!
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Learners will not be assessed outside of class.
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
We will be using needles and scissors. Parental guidance is suggested for beginner sewers and younger learners.
M.Ed. K-12 Curriculum and Special Needs, Vintage Seamstress, Egyptology
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
34 total reviews
55 completed classes
Hi, my name is Mrs. Kat. I love a good mystery! I love Scooby Doo, Clue, Nancy Drew, and Enola Holmes. I teach sewing, family and consumer studies, English, Reading, Writing and costuming. As an undergraduate, I interned at the Museum of Man...