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After School Program

Covid Update

After great success with our virtual camps and classes we are now offering our virtual after school program. Please click here to email us if you are interested in having Sew Happy Virtual at your school!

We are excited to offer sewing classes virtually!

Our instructors will be the "live" host of each 8 week program and will lead the students through the class using short videos to show clear and precise instructions.

All of our experienced instructors are trained in classroom management and we have adapted this to fit with the virtual environment so that we can deliver the most successful program possible.

Why we think our virtual program works -

  • Sense of Community

  • Kids will feel connected with other kids in the community 

  • Life Skill

  • Kids will learn a life skill which is very relevant to the current situation

  • New Interest

  • Kids can work on their new sewing skills to keep them occupied at times when they would usually be busy

  • Therapeutic

  • Sewing is a great activity to relieve stress and anxiety

What a virtual sewing class is like -

  • Welcome Time

  • Each session will start off with an "interactive" 10 - 15 minute period which includes instructor and student introductions, class rules and a chance for everyone to take a turn to speak by telling a fun fact about themselves or the instructor may choose to play a fun ice-breaker game.

  • Sewing

  • Our instructors will teach sewing skills using a combination of short videos which show clear and precise step-by-step instructions with input and further explanation from the instructor. This activity will last for 35 - 40 minutes. (Instructional videos of threading a needle, tying a knot, simple stitches and the lock stitch will be available to students so they can practice outside of the class).

  • Clean-up

  • At Sew Happy we believe that cleaning-up is an important part of the class so we spend a few minutes having students tidy up their work area making sure to put needles, pins and scissors in a safe place and to put their supplies away for the next class.

Frequently Asked Questions -

  • What projects do you offer?

  • Our projects are all designed by Sew Happy, made from felt from recycled water bottles and printed and packaged in Indiana. They include Narwhal Bunting, Hedgehog House, Llama Drama, Selfie Tote Bag, Ice Cream Composition Book Cover, 18" Doll Outfits, Daxie Days, Emoji Pillow and Fox In A Sleeping Bag. 

  • What age group are your classes for?

  • Students in Grades 1 - 5

  • What supplies do you provide?

  • In addition to the felt fabric we also supply for each student: 2 needles, a needle threader, a pincushion, pins, a pair of scissors, a ruler, 2 spools of thread and stuffing (if required for project).

  • What if a student needs help?

  • Due to the nature of this activity there may be occasions when a child needs assistance "in-person" and for that reason we do suggest that an adult is close-by (in shouting distance). We understand that the first couple of weeks can be tricky as a student who is new to sewing learns how to thread a needle, tie a knot etc. and for that reason we provide instructional videos for students and caregivers to practice outside of the class time. In most cases students learn the skills within 2 or 3 weeks and are able to continue with little to no assistance "in-person".

Schools using our programs

Bedford Village Elementary, Bedford

Bedford Hills, Bedford

Bi-Cultural School, Stamford

BMP, Rye Brook

Booth Hill, Trumbull

Bronxville, Bronxville

Cathedral School Of St. John The Divine, NYC

C.V. Starr Intermediate School, Brewster

Central School, Larchmont

Chapel School, Bronxville

Chatsworth, Larchmont

Corpus Christi, Port Chester

Cos Cob, Cos Cob

Daniel's Farm, Trumbull

Davis Elementary, New Rochelle

Edgewood, Scarsdale

Edgewood School, Scarsdale

FASNY (French American School), Larchmont

Fawn Hollow, Monroe

Fox Meadow, Scarsdale

Glenville Elementary School , Greenwich

Grafflin (Douglas G), Chappaqua

Greenacres, Scarsdale

Greenvale, Eastchester

Greenville, Edgemont

Greenwich Academy

Greenwich Catholic School, Greenwich

Greenwich Country Day School

Hackley School, Tarrytown

Heathcote, Scarsdale

Hillside Elementary School, Hastings-on-Hudson

Holland Hill, Fairfield

Increase Miller, Katonah

International School of Dundee, Greenwich

Jennings Elementary School, Fairfield

Julian Curtiss, Greenwich

King Street, Port Chester

Lyceum Kennedy School French American, NYC

Manhattan Day School, NYC

Mamaroneck Recreation Center

MAS, Mamaroneck

Midland, Rye

Milton, Rye

Mount Kisco Elementary School, Mount Kisco

Nightingale, NYC - Upper East Side Mianus , Greenwich

Murray Avenue School, Larchmont

Next Level, Larchmont

North Street , Greenwich

Old Greenwich School (OGS), Greenwich

Osborn , Rye

OLS, White Plains

Ox Ridge, Darien

The Packer Collegiate Institute, Brooklyn

Parkway, Greenwich

Parsons, Harrison

Pequenakonck, North Salem

Ps3 Village Kids, NYC - West Village

Quaker Ridge, Scarsdale

Resurrection Grammar School, Rye

Ridgefield Academy, Ridgefield

Ridgeway, White Plains

Rippowam, Mount Kisco

Riverside , Greenwich

Rye Country Day School, Rye

Rye Rec ASC, Rye

Schechter Manhattan, NYC

Seely Place, Scarsdale

Speyer Legacy School, NYC

Springhurst, Dobbs Ferry

St. Denis, St. Columba, Hopewell Junction

Sts. John & Paul, Larchmont

St. Joseph's, Bronxville

St.Patrick's School, Bedford

Van Cortlandtville School, Cortlandt Manor

Ward Elementary, New Rochelle

West Patent, Mount Kisco

The Windward School

The Windward School - WLS

World Cup, Chappaqua

Adding More Schools

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How Do We Sign Up?

  • Call us

  • (917) 885-7716

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