4-H Youth Summer Sewing School
July 10 - July 14| $15
WSU 4-H Sewing Volunteers Offer Youth Summer 4-H Sewing School
A week long 4-H summer sewing school is being offered for youth wishing to learn how to sew from Monday through Friday, July 10th – 14th, 2017 from 9 am to 12 noon at the Catlin Grange in Kelso.
Washington State University 4-H Sewing and Textile Volunteers will teach youth basic sewing skills and how to use and care for a sewing machine. Participants will learn straight stitching; hand sewing; how to work with a simple pattern; and how to use basic sewing supplies, notions and equipment. Each participant will need to provide their own sewing machine in good working order.
The participants are part of the county 4-H Youth Program and will be able to exhibit their items in the 4-H department at the Cowlitz County Fair, July 26-29th.
The 4-H Summer Sewing School is open to all youth who have just completed third grade or older. The cost is $15.00 and includes basic sewing supplies and notions plus a resource notebook.
A required parent orientation will be held on Monday, June 26th in the evening at the WSU Extension office. The exact time for the orientation will be provided once the youth is registered.
Class size is limited and will be on a first paid, first served basis. Registration deadline is Friday, June 23rd.
For registration forms and information, contact Sharan, 4-H STV at (360) 636-0338 or cell (360) 353-8920.