The Sew Kewl Sewing School's mission is to "teach the craft of sewing and the art of giving". It is designed to teach students the basics of sewing by completing projects. Some of these projects will be for the students to keep, some will be worked on collectively to donate to others both locally and internationally.
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The Freedom Community Centre is so excited to offer Introduction to Sewing this Fall.
Course Description: A course designed for participants who have limited or no previous experience sewing. The format of the course is teacher-directed instruction with participant practice and guided feedback. Skills learned will include sewing machine use, straight stitch, backstitch, top stitch, corners, curves, clipping, zig-zag and decorative stitches, attaching a pocket and seam ripping. Projects created will include a pony tail holder, belt, throw pillow, baby bib and shoulder bag
Dates: Thursday September 20th - Thursday November 22nd
Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Freedom Community Centre - 1643 Bleams Road, Kitchener
Age: Anyone born 2007 (Grade 6) and older
We will provide most of the sewing supplies that you will need - thread, machines, pins, material, etc. In addition to these supplies you will be asked to provide a few simple things from home or that can be purchased inexpensively that will be used for your class projects. A detailed material list will be emailed to you before your first class of the semester.