Sewing Camps During the Winter

During the summer, my classroom is hopping with new students just about every week. January, which is usually a quiet month, is taking off too! I have a student from a private school on the 15th and 16th of January. Then the weekend of January 20 and 21 I have three students on my list. (YES!) on the weekend. Haven’t had a weekend class lately–so send good vibes my way. The thing about multiple students is that each one gets a little discount. I am trying to make it easy for moms of two kids in my age range to get to bring them both.

Speaking of age range, 7 is about the youngest student who does well in my camps. Sewing teaches a lot of skills and relies on hand-eye coordination to be really successful. We practice cutting skills, sewing straight, and pinning before we start, but I believe 7 is a good cut off point. And the classes are not just for kids. Adults are welcome too! I love doing Mom and Me classes–learning a new skill together makes for great memories. So I guess the cut off age for adults is 99.

Wishing you good health, wealth, and calm weather where you are! Winter doesn’t have to be dreary–learn a new skill!

Blessings, Sandy

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