Kids Camp: Sporty Tank Dress
Location: Greenwood Studio
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While looking through ideas we came across this sporty little tank dress number and fell in love. A great introduction to sewing with knits and a great staple for any girls wardrobe. In this class we will look at pattern reading, sewing knits and using more complicated design lines. A great class for any young sewist who is ready for the next level.
Supplies Needed For Class:
Note on fabric: We love stretch fabric but not all are good for beginners. Please choose a fabric that is medium weight (if you can see through it, then it's too thin) this will make the kids much more successful in sewing!
- Option 1 (Dress is all one fabric): 2 yards of stretch fabric (two way stretch)
- Option 2: Dress is two fabrics): 1.5 yards of two different stretch fabrics (two way stretch)
- A mask that will be worn at all times
- Lunch, two snacks and a water bottle
- Appropriate outdoor wear for lunch (we go out and play at the park)
Class Level: This class is for Beginner Kid Sewists ages 7 and up. No previous experience is required.
Cancellation/Return Policy: No refunds are offered for classes or camps. Cancellations received 72 hours before class start, will be able to redistribute their class fees to another class/camp. Cancellations received less than 72 hours before class start or no-shows forfeit their class fees. We are unable guarantee the same class or session will be available for rescheduling. Arriving more than 30 minutes late for class may be a forfeit of class fees. COVID and any other government mandated shutdowns have the same cancellation/Return policy.
COVID-19 Precautions: Please read our following policy regarding COVID-19 HERE. As you know, these are procedures we have always had for our students. If they are ever changing and we update them continuously. We have not changed in our dedication to student safety and assure you of how seriously we are taking this epidemic and the health of our students.