SEWING

India Today - - SIMPLY HYDERABAD -

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

TEL 8008144002

MONA RAMAVAT

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