Thursday, July 09, 2009

Sewing Camp

The Lone Star Girl is spending mornings this week at the Singer store where she and some other kids are learning some sewing. After this week's camp and taking next week off, she is going to have one two-hour class per week for three more weeks and then she'll have one per month on Saturday afternoons during the school year. She got all into it when her theatre teacher taught them sewing this past school year and now it is really her thing. I am very proud of her and excited that one person in this family will be able to sew!


Saints and Spinners said...

Hurrah, hurrah! I want to go to sewing camp, too. If LSG is interested in embroidery, I have two books to recommend:

Stitch Sampler, by Lucinda Ganderton (pub 2006 by DK)

Doodle Stitching: Fresh & Fun Embroidery for Beginners, by Aimee Ray

Andrea said...

Rock on! Lots of great (and free!) sewing patterns and ideas online (try to start, although I'm sure there are others more directed for the youngun's).

Lone Star Ma said...