What’s in your Bag? | Kids Sewing Class Curriculum

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The What’s in your Bag sewing curriculum theme includes all the lesson plans, patterns & tutorials you need to teach your very first successful kids (1st – 6th grade) sewing class and make these FIVE projects:

A cuff, a wristlet, a purse, a back-pack and a messenger bag! Yep, you guessed it! This sewing project theme is all about bags! There’s no denying that everyone loves bags! SEW how about learn to make some on the sewing machine? The What’s in your Bag? sewing project curriculum theme includes five brand new carry-all accessories that can be customized in many shapes and forms.

Each project can be easily customized to fit any sized child. They’re all totally wearable, yet simple enough for even the beginning stitcher to complete. The projects go in order from easier to more difficult. All projects require less than 1 yard of basic sewing fabrics.

-All projects are totally adorable & wearable.

-All projects can be easily customized to fit any sized child.

-All projects are simple enough for any beginning stitcher, yet can be made more challenging for more experienced students.

-All projects require less than 1 yard of basic sewing fabrics.

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Here is everything included in the Project Package:

  • Five PDF print-at-home sewing patterns.
  • Five PDF print-at-home project tutorials with full color photographs for each step.
  • Lesson plans for teaching each project to sewing students aged 7-14.
  • New sewing concepts and vocabulary with each project.
  • Suggestions for shortening and lengthening each project based on class time restraints and students skill levels.
  • Hi-Res photographs of all finished projects to be used for marketing purposes.
  • Marketing description of curriculum theme to be used to promote your class.
  • Projects that have actually been tested in kids sewing classes.