This is a pre-recorded online course to take at your own pace. It typically takes 1.5 hours to complete this project.
Let's learn how to sew! This is an approachable, fun way to introduce simple sewing techniques to children ages 7+.
Join me for some sewing and learn how to make your own mouse in a matchbox bed with this online course! ✂️
🧵 Sewing is such a fun way to spend a morning, and these mice are just the cutest!
✂️ Learn something new: we're going to cover back-stitch and over-stitch in this workshop
🌈 Get a boost of creativity and inspiration to keep making... continue making accessories for your mouse after the workshop!
You'll have a lovely little mouse friend by the end of this online sewing course. 🐭💕
Siblings? Buy 1, get additional kits 1/2 price. Add two courses to your cart and use the code "SIBLINGMICE2" at checkout. Need 3 kits? Use the code "SIBLINGMICE3" for an additional kit at 1/2 price.
What you'll need:
A material pack comes with the purchase of this online course. The only additional item you'll need to make your mouse is a pair of scissors.
You'll receive the log-in details for your workshop immediately but it will take a few days for your materials kit to arrive in the post. Once it does, you're ready to get started!
⚠️🐑 This kit contains wool. If you’d like a wool-free kit, just send me a message before ordering. 🐑⚠️
How does this online sewing class work?
This online course takes place on Thinkific. You'll receive log-in details immediately after purchasing. You can log into the course and all the "chapters" are there to watch. I'll take you step-by-step through the project and you can sew along with me.
It is well-paced, but you can pause and rewind if you need to. Work through the project at your own pace.
Tips for parents:
- Set a laptop up on a table, where your child can sit and watch
- Lay everything out on the table before you begin
- Put a piece of A4 paper on the table to protect it from glue
- Enjoy a cuppa before you begin so you can lend a hand if the thread gets tangled
- One thing I've learned from years of teaching kids to sew is that perfection doesn't matter. If there's a knot, I just tuck it inside and keep going.
- Encourage them to try it first before stepping in
Now let's get stuck into this project together, see you in the course!