Hand Sew a Felt Needle Book: Beginning Sewing Workshop
In this one-time class, learners will learn to sew a button, using a piece of felt to make their very own needle case.
445 total reviews for this teacher
Completed by 3 learners
year old learners
learners per class
45 minute class
This class is an easy, laid back experience for beginners to enjoy sewing. It covers the very basics of hand sewing, and how to sew on a button. This class is for learners who have never threaded a needle, and for learners who already know the basics and want to learn to sew a button. Topics Covered in This Class: * Know Your Sewing Tools * The 3 Keys to Sewing * How to Thread Your Needle * Starting and Ending Your Stitching * Sewing a Button on Felt * Making a Needle Book What to Expect...
This class is taught in English.
Students will learn how to use sewing tools safely, thread a needle, make a running stitch, and sew a button. Students will learn how to make a needle book using felt and a button.
No homework is required, although learners may want to continue sewing!
For this needle book sewing class, you will need: * a needle (I use a size no. 22 tapestry needle with a blunt end for felt) * embroidery floss or sewing thread * sharp scissors * a piece of felt * a button * markers, buttons, embroidery floss, or anything you can imagine, for decorating your book
Assessment is informal and this sewing class, as I check in regularly with each young artist to make sure they understand what to do.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Because young artists will be using sharp tools like needles and scissors, I recommend an adult be nearby. The adult may even enjoy sewing along with us! (Off camera, of course :)
Creative and positive teacher / Certified in Visual Art and Gifted Education
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
445 total reviews
470 completed classes
Hi! I'm Ms. Karen and I teach sewing, drawing and painting here on Outschool. I have a BA in Studio Art, and a current teaching certificate in Visual Arts and in Gifted Education. I have taught art in public and private schools from Pre-K to...