Creativity is an important part of healthy living and we are delighted to begin studio classes again. Read our COVID-19 guidelines for details on how we are prioritizing the health and safety of the Make.Do. community.

Date

Feb 11 2021 - Mar 04 2021

Time

3:45 pm - 5:30 pm

Suggested Fee

$50.00

The event is finished.

Amp up your sewing skills from the Level 1 or a previous Level 2 class!  This session’s projects include: an apron, a pencil roll and a fuzzy green scrunchie, just in time for St. Patrick’s day. This class will be offered again in April, so sign up for both for double the stitching fun!

This session meets Wednesdays for 4 weeks from February 10th – March 3rd.

Participants must complete Level 1 (Beginner Sewing) | 2nd grade and up.

**This class requires a minimum of 3 participants. If the class is cancelled, you will have the option to use your fee for a future class or receive a full refund.


Pay-What-You-Can

Make.Do. believes creativity should be accessible to everyone and money should never be a barrier for someone to take our classes. Here’s how it works:

Enter your quantity in the box below and hit “Next.”

Enter your name and email. Hit “Next.”

To pay the suggested fee, hit “Add to Cart.” To pay less or more than the suggested fee, enter your amount in the “Custom Price” box. Hit “Apply Price” and then “Add to Cart

Cancellation Policy

Class fees are non-refundable. If you cancel your registration more than 24-hours in advance you can choose to (1) donate your class fee to the Pay-What-You-Can fund, (2) credit your fee to a future class, or (3) transfer your fee to a friend. No-shows and cancellations made less than 24 hours from the class will automatically be donated to the Pay-What-You-Can fund.

COVID-19 Cancellation Exemption: If you are experiencing fever, cough, difficulty breathing, sore throat, or loss of taste or smell, STAY HOME. Your class fee will be credited for a future date.

Please email jo@makedocreate.org to cancel or for more details on Make.Do.’s policy.

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Need a mask?

Cloth face coverings are required for all Make.Do. participants. If you don’t have one, we know a place that can help.