SOLD OUT: Kids Sewing summer camps at the ArtsCenter have already filled up.
I am currently looking for a group of kids and parents in Carrboro and Durham, to host a 3-4 day Sewing Workshop. If you and your friends would like to learn how to sew along side of your kids, please email me to set up a time (please see dates below - I will not be available for additional times on weeks I am already teaching). firstname.lastname@example.org
Weeks I am scheduled to teach (unfortunately I can not teach every kids sewing camp all summer!):
June 17-21; July 22-26; Aug. 12-16; Aug. 19-23
Read more about The ArtsCenter’s offerings and sign up on their website:
Fabric & Fiber Arts
This camp is for those with little or no sewing experience. Learn how to operate a sewing machine, learn some hand stitching, and experiment with a variety of stitches. Simple projects may include a pillowcase, drawstring bag, stuffed toy, or other items as time permits. Fabric, patterns, and basic sewing kits will be provided, or you are welcome to bring your own.
Intermediate Sewing (grades 3-6)
Learn the skills you’ll need for clothing construction and more in this camp. We will use a pattern to make simple items like a shirt, a tote bag, or a purse. Fabric and patterns will be provided. Some machine sewing experience required.
Advanced Sewing (grades 4-6)
This session is for campers who have already taken both Beginning and Intermediate Sewing, or have significant prior machine sewing experience. Campers should feel comfortable measuring and cutting fabric, threading a sewing machine, and winding a bobbin before enrolling in this session.
Fabric & Fiber Arts (grades 3-6)
There are so many possibilities for art made with fabric and fiber! Students will learn a variety of styles that may include stitching, dyeing, weaving, fabric collage, and clothing modification. Machine sewing will not be taught in this camp.
Handstitching & Fabric Arts (grades 2-4)
This camp is for students who are ready to learn the basics of sewing and working with fabrics. Instructors will provide an introduction to sewing tools, and students will create several small handstitched items. No machine sewing will be taught in this camp.