Washington County 4-H

Rethreaded: 4-H Upcycling Sewing Adventures

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Join us at ‘Rethreaded: 4-H Upcycling Sewing Adventures’, where creativity meets sustainability! This unique sewing camp for intermediate sewists empowers youth to reimagine and repurpose textiles, turning old garments and fabrics into stylish new creations. Through hands-on workshops and guided projects, campers will learn valuable sewing skills while embracing the spirit of upcycling. From transforming old jeans into baskets and bags to giving new life to worn-out button-down shirts, participants will embark on an eco-friendly journey of creativity and innovation. Get ready to thread the needle and make a positive impact on the planet, one stitch at a time!

Every day, we’ll explore a fresh upcycling medium, learning versatile sewing techniques applicable to future projects. We’ll craft three unique projects from a single man’s button-down shirt, transform a pair of jeans into three to four innovative creations, and breathe new life into ordinary items like candy bags and feed bags, fashioning them into a couple of delightful surprises. Alongside mastering diverse sewing skills, participants will grasp the significance of environmental stewardship, discovering the profound impact even small actions can have on preserving our planet.

This camp is for youth ages 11-18 who have previous sewing experience (with a sewing machine). Adult volunteers are always welcome! 

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Who: Youth ages 11-18 (Must be current 4-H member. If not a current member, please register at 4h.zsuite.org)

Dates: June 25-27, 2024

Time: 9:00am-12:00pm

Location: USU Extension Washington County office located at the Washington County Fairgrounds

Experience level: Youth must have some basic experience using a sewing machine.

Cost: $40

If you have questions or would like to be an adult volunteer/mentor, please reach out to Andrea at andrea.schmutz@usu.edu or call 435-301-7740.

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