Sew a Button on Fabric
Learn how to sew a button so it won't fall off.
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This basic sewing skill will be taught to your learner. Your student will sew a button on and learn the trick of securing so it won't fall off in the near future. If you don't have a piece of fabric, you can use a sock. This is a valuable class for any age. Often times we are in need of this skill. The student can choose a button of their choice as well as the color of thread they wish to use. I would recommend they use a thread that matches the button. White button = white thread....
Student will need a 2 inch x 2 inch or 4 inch by 4 inch piece of fabric or felt. One button that will fit in the middle of the fabric with space around. Thread that matches the button and one needle. The needle needs to have a medium sized eye so the children can put the thread through it. Please do not have student use heavy fabric. It makes the needle harder to push through and will discourage student once they prick their finger. We will also use scissors to cut thread. (If you don't have fabric, a sock will do. If you don't have thread to match a button, whatever you have will work).
15 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
We will be using a needle. Parental supervision is recommended.
A dash of letters, a pinch of vocabulary and a smidgen of color.
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5 total reviews
11 completed classes
I am a retired title agency owner and trainer. I was too young to retire so I incorporated my love for educating children and theatrics . I have taught 3300 English classes this past year. My primary focus for Outschool is to work with...