Your walls are covered in paper snowflakes and the kids are craving more complicated crafts. Sadly, all the sewing skills you've got to pass along could probably fit in a thimble. Rather than hemming and hawing over what to do, stitch up today's deal from The Handwork Studio at Parish Episcopal School in North Dallas: Pay $234 (regularly $469) for a one-week session of machine sewing and fashion camp with a take-home supply kit for ages 10 to 16; or, pay $199 (regularly $399) for one week of handwork day camp with a take-home supply kit for ages 5 to 12. Camps run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and are offered the weeks of June 11,18, and 25, and kids should bring lunch and a snack. This camp will allow your little ones to try their hands at sewing, knitting, crocheting, and other needle arts in creative, modern applications with the guidance of patient experts. With or without the aid of machines, your wee weavers will learn to embroider stuffed animals, design room decorations, clothing, and toys. What really ties it together? Your kids won't have to needle you about being bored once school's out.
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PAID VALUE DOES NOT EXPIRE
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON June 29, 2012
back by popular demand:
The Handwork Studio
One Week of Summer Machine Sewing and Fashion Camp for Ages 10 to 16 ($234) or Handwork Camp for Ages 5 to 12 ($199) During Week of June 11, 18, or 25
- from $199