Sunita Suhas shows your child just how much fun sewing can actually be as she revives the practice of sewing at home, which many feel died with the older generations. “From basic hemming and attaching buttons to aesthetic embroidery, sewing can be pretty therapeutic besides being creative,” she says. This workshop gets children to make fun things like tissue holders, soft toys, wallets and many more such things that they can use or give as gifts. Once they become familiar with basic stitching, they are also introduced to machine stitching under supervision. They also have fun with choosing colour combinations and fixing embellishments.
HIGHLIGHTS Children can start to operate the sewing machine at a young age. Ultimately, they can cut and stitch simple outfits for themselves and also embroider them. COST Rs 2,000 for 10 classes
WHERE Plot no 488, Road No 22, Jubilee Hills