Are you looking for a fun class that doesn’t stress you out, and let’s you take a break from notes and homework? A class that you can make new friends in and hang out with people that enjoy doing the same thing as you. A class where you can be relaxed and create cool things. In this class you have to provide your own fabric and thread. The school provides the sewing machines and all the other stuff that you would need.
This year at Springville Junior High we have a sewing class. Sewing class is all about being creative and using your imagination to make cool things. You also have assigned projects to do. In this class you get to sew different things, such as accessory bags, pillowcases, cooking aprons, and many other things. This year there are so many people in sewing they didn’t even have enough seats. Mrs. Bird teaches this class and really enjoys teaching it.
Owen Neilson, a 8th grade boy, took sewing. He said, “I really enjoy sewing and making friends, I took this class because of the new sewing unit that you can take in 9th grade. It’s the sports sewing unit.” He hopes that they will make cool things in that class and that it will be beneficial. Owen also likes sewing just because it’s sewing and Owen likes to do that. Owen also likes all the people in his class and the teacher as well. “Mrs. Bird is a really fun teacher, but can also be strict as well, but Mrs. Bird is a good mix of both.” Owen has been sewing for three years now. He has made a variety of stuff over those three years.
Nick Jackson, an 8th grade boy, also took Mrs. Bird’s sewing class. He really likes this class because you can come up with anything to sew, and you never know how good or how bad that it will come out. “I took sewing because it sounded fun, and I wanted to have that experience of sewing, I didn’t know if it would be a good and fun class or not, but it turns out this is one of my favorite classes.” He really enjoys what they make, and how he makes it.
Sewing is a really fun class, and you can make many cool things. Would you take sewing in 8th or 9th grade?