Students Develop Sewing Skills

toboggans1 15deere1 15Family and Consumer Science students enrolled in Manage Transitions discussed values and resources that support lifestyle goals, effective use of time, stress management, and personal finance issues. They concluded the semester by developing their hand sewing skills. Many of the students have never sewn before and welcomed the new challenge. The project of choice was a simple fleece hat. Pattern layout, pinning, cutting and stitching skills were used. Whether the toboggans were given to a friend or are being worn, the kids were proud to complete their first project. These same students completed many of the recycled sweater dog beds that were donated to the pound.

Left photo: Keann Wilson, Derek Miller and McKenzie Shanks are shown sporting their toboggans.

Right photo: Cameron Fitzpatrick’s and Lane Saxour’s fleece hats expressed their affection for John Deere.

December 2014

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