Childrens Sewing class

Wednesday 17 October, 2018
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Teacher: Jen Skedd
Suitable for: Children aged 8-12. Introductory level

Price: £20

The Kids introductory sewing class will teach your child how to use a sewing machine, plus some foundation sewing skills.

Sewing is an ideal creative activity for children. At age 8-12, children have the mental capacity to learn the basic concepts and sufficient manual dexterity to operate a sewing machine. It’s actually the perfect age at which to learn. It develops their manual dexterity, hand/eye co-ordination, and encourages focus and concentration. Completing a sewing project from start to finish fosters a sense of accomplishment that can boost a child’s morale and self-confidence. And it’s really great fun! Plus it gives them a huge sense of achievement and self-worth.

In the Kids sewing class, numbers are limited so each child receive lots of attention and be carefully supervised.

Who is this aimed at?
Beginners aged 8-12. Younger children will be considered. They must be able to reach the floor when sitting at a desk 74cm high (standard desk height)

What will my child learn?
How to use a sewing machine safely and confidently
Practice sewing straight lines, curves and corners
Make a heart-shaped lavender bag or pincushion

Course arrangements
Sewing machines, equipment and fabrics provided
I am insured and hold a PVG (Disclosure Scotland) certificate

Early booking essential. Go to:

Enquiries: 0773 939 7369


Studio 6.03A St Margaret's House
Sixth Floor
St. Margaret’s House, 151 London Road