Sew Contagious

Sew Contagious

We get kids off of their tablets and onto a sewing machine!

  • Sewing Classes

  • Birthday Parties

  • Girl Scout Workshops

  • Afterschool Enrichment

  • Step by Step Video Tutorials for all ages, so whether you're across the street or across the country you can sew with us

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      All in-person events are on hold until further         notice.  Please join me for online sewing classes. 

                       Wishing you wellness and safety, Yolanda

McCalls Kids Poncho
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Faux Fur Collar & Cuffs
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Time to sew💕 #sewcontagious

Benefits of Kids Sewing

1. Improve Motor Skills

Sewing is an intricate process that requires exceptional finger dexterity. Children as young as two years old can begin with the basics. Giving them challenges that require lacing yarn or practicing the in-and-out motion used in sewing will give them a head start on their coordination. 

2. Teach Patience & Dedication

Sewing is not an instant-gratification activity. You must have patience to transform a piece of fabric into an article of clothing. This requires dedication and hard work. All of these attributes are incredibly important for children to learn at a young age. Not only will this translate into their academics, but they are skills that will be carried into their career and relationships as well.

3. Learn a Lifelong Skill

Some hobbies, such as sports, can only be enjoyed for a period of time. Sewing, on the other hand, is a skill that lasts a lifetime. Not only is it timeless, but it actually improves with age. When a hobby is started from a young age, it is more likely to provide comfort and joy through adulthood. This is something that can be beneficial to their future family, provide years of joy, and then be passed down to their children.