4-H Fall Sewing Classes 2023

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Fall sewing classes are starting up! 4-H sewing classes are a favorite program for youth ages 8-18 to learn the skill of sewing where participants will complete sewing projects while gaining confidence and having fun! We have projects led by volunteers for sewers with beginner to advanced skill levels.

There will be 2 sessions this fall, one in September and the other in November. There is a $25 registration fee per session. Each session will consist of 4 classes. Classes will be held Thursday afternoons 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. at the N.C. Cooperative Extension, Henderson County Center. Links to register for classes are below.

September Classes

November Classes

You do not need any previous sewing experience to participate. Sewing machines, patterns, and basic sewing kits will be provided. We look forward to sewing with you!

For more information or any questions, please contact Hannah Peeler at hannah_peeler@ncsu.edu or (828) 697 – 4891

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