We need your submissions to make our tiny art show great! Ms. Jaimee’s submission is trucking along! All artists young and old are welcome! Parent’s : use this display of art and the creation of the art as a tool to have family discussions about RBG, The Supreme Court, Voting and Election Day! Let’s all […]
October 18th, 10-12:30 AM Get your Pumpkin making groove on with your child, parent or grandparent! Every family member will make their own pumpkin. We will serve some pumpkin goodies outside with distance during a well deserved sew break. Sign up here.
Here’s a video tutorial for our zipper pouch! Steps: 1: Use a standard piece of paper to cut two pieces of fabric. One will be your outer fabric, and the other will be your inside liner. 2: Place your fabrics WRONG sides together (I know, I know, we never do that!) and carefully fold in […]
We are deeply saddened by the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and are putting together a tiny art show in honor of her memory and to raise money for the causes she fought for. We are holding our second tiny art show inspired by @tinyartshow https://www.instagram.com/tinyartshow/ on instagram. You can check out photos from our […]
Here is a video tutorial on how to make a scrunchie! Steps: 1: Cut a strip at least 3 inches wide (4/4.5 for a bigger scrunchie) and 15 inches long. 2: Fold right sides together and pin. 3: Sew along the open edge of the strip. 4: Using a safety pin, flip the fabric so […]
Fashion week is so much fun that we had to do it again! The kids started the week by drawing their looks first thing Monday morning and ended it by wearing their design down the runway for our Friday fashion show. Very excited to share the photos of their looks. Enjoy! The Runway: The Photoshoot:
Fashion camp was such a blast! Each kid started by drawing their dream outfit on Monday morning, and by Tuesday we had all of their fabrics ready and we got to work! Check out these incredible outfits that our students created from conception to completion! Here are all of the looks in front of the […]
Happy Friday! We are back on the blog promoting #sewasoftie for Mrs. Trixi of @sewasoftie! Each day of the month of July there is a fabulous teacher showing our at-home hand sewers a different adorable stuffy to sew. We are super lucky to share our day today with Julia of Old Spool Sewing! Check her […]
The first African-American First Lady of the United States! A lawyer, author, and a true role model for women. As First Lady, she worked as an advocate for poverty awareness, education, nutrition, physical activity, and healthy eating.
Wynton Marsalis is an internationally acclaimed jazz and classical musician as well as a leading advocate of American culture. From the biography on his website, www.wyntonmarsalis.org, “Marsalis’ core beliefs and foundation for living are based on the principals of jazz. He promotes individual creativity (improvisation), collective cooperation (swing), gratitude and good manners (sophistication), and faces […]