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FLEX - Intro to Machine Sewing for Pre-Teens (Ages 10-12)
Once per week
over 4 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does a “Multi-Day” course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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**Short videos will also be uploaded each week, on Saturday after class that will review what was taught in class. This way, learners can watch the techniques they want to practice with without having to re-watch the entire class video." In the first week, students will learn safety procedures for handling a needle, sewing pins, and scissors. These important procedures are critical to your child's success and will be modeled by the instructor. Students will learn to cut out a simple pattern,...
This class is taught in English.
The teacher has been sewing since she was six years old, sewing her very first shirt as a gift for a friend when she was just seven. She's taught sewing in person to both kids and adults, both in an educational setting as well as just to others who wanted to learn. She's sewn various types of clothes, many different crafts, quilts, and memory bears in her over 30 years of sewing.
Learners can continue working on their projects after class if they are not finished during our time together,
Before the session begins, students should have the following items available for all 4 classes. *Additional items for each week are listed below, and patterns will be uploaded to the classroom for students.* Fabric scissors Straight pins with large, round heads Tape measure chalk size 22 sharp point needles Minimum of 1 spool pearl cotton *not embroidery floss.* You may want to coordinate colors with the felt and fabric choices, or just choose neutral colors. The items I looked at have 87 yards which is more than enough for our session. If you feel your child may enjoy adding more details you may want to stock up on a few colors for them. *optional* thread snippers or thread scissors Week 1 Felt square for creating our needle book (any color!) 1 button -1/2" or 3/4" size works very well! (any color!) Week 2 Piece of felt for pincushion (have student decide if they want to make an apple, orange, pumpkin, or banana cushion to help choose their colors, as well as any detail colors like a stem or a leaf. small amount of stuffing Week 3 Felt square (any color to go with your fabric choice below) Fat quarter of fabric (or, if going through fabric scraps at home, you'll want to find a piece that they can cut 4-4" squares out of) Week 4 1/3 yd of fabric -OR- 1 fat quarters 7/8" wide grosgrain ribbon (any color) (a spool is usually under $2, and will let students custom cut the length of the handle)
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Parental Guidance is recommended for the use of scissors and other sharp sewing objects (sewing pins and sewing needles).
Andrea Mahoney, BS.Ed
BS in Elementary Education. Home School Educator. 4H Volunteer. Owner/Designer/Artist. Passionate Lifelong Learner.
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
107 total reviews
120 completed classes
Welcome! I've taught in a traditional classroom, in a creative arts school setting, online, and as a home school Mom as needed with our own unique learners. I believe that arts, music, and books add so much to our days, and want to provide classes...