This two hour workshop introduces sewing by hand to children, and develops their interest in using a sewing machine
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This class is great for budding designers. Learn to make your own pin cushion or needlebook or hairband from scratch. Children will learn to become confident in designing a small patchwork piece and develop sewing skills all in a super engaging way.
All materials provided and children can progress to get their 'sewing machine driving licence'.
Anjum has over 25 years of experience in teaching pattern cutting and sewing at Heba Women's Project, Brick Lane. She hosted workshops with Bernardo children centres and community workshops at Rich mix, Shoreditch.
Anjum decided to run these workshops at Heba Studio because the interest for one to make, mend or repair clothing is dying down. As a grandparent, she recognises she can help to pass on the skill and fun to the next generation. This class is an ideal gift for textile students anyone with creative flair.
All materials are provided. Students are welcome to bring their own small/toy machines if they need help in learning how to use it. Off-street available, entrance from a side door, nearest train station Kingsbury.
All students under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.