Sew Easy For Kids, in partnership with Brother International Philippines, is proud to present the first Philippine Fashion show of its kind where little girls will be modeling the clothes that they themselves sewed together! These young girls, age 8 to 16 years old, will be strutting on the cat walk to present their sewing creations in front of their family, relatives and friends. After 9 months of stitching fun at Sew Easy studio, the kids will finally present their Lounge Wear and Casuals Collection which will feature pajamas, shorts, and night shirts, as well as denim skirts, square and round neck blouses, cargo capris and peasant blouse, and many others.
Sew Easy marks its first year this March 2014, and it is only fitting to celebrate the milestone in this 2-hour event. The fashion show is an annual culminating activity to cap the school year for all Sew Easy For Kids students. Our main sponsor is Brother International Philippines who will be displaying their sewing machines during the event. Also partnering with us is California Advanced Nail and Skincare (CANS) who will be polishing the kids’ nails with cute nail art, and will be raffling off gift certificates during the show. Claire’s will be providing fashion accessories to coordinate with the kids’ outfits on stage, and McDonald’s will be taking care of the kids’ lunch. MeanGreen is our marketing partner and Alabang Town Center is our host for this unique and exciting event.
Sew Easy is a new concept sewing studio in BF Homes Parañaque City, where kids as young as 8 years old, as well as teens and adults, learn the basics of sewing. The students are taught how to sew using a sewing machine, work with paper patterns and fabric, and they learn basic techniques on how to construct and sew adorable accessories and wearable garments.
Sew Easy Sewing Studio is owned and operated by Anne Ordoñez-del Rosario, a graphic designer who loves to teach sewing especially to kids. The studio opened in April 2013 and took in eager learners who brought home their first sewing projects with pride and excitement. Teacher Anne has developed her own curriculum which teaches the basics of this endearing life skill in a systematic way, and she has tailor-fit her teaching style to both young and old. The method of instruction is hands-on and practical and the studio has a relaxing ambiance that makes for a great environment for learning. Since the studio opened, Teacher Anne has taught about 100 students, and she hopes to be able to teach more. Sewing is an “old but new” life skill and Teacher Anne’s desire is to bring it back and teach it to the young ones so that they can embrace it and eventually pass it on to the next generation.
Brother International Philippines (home sewing machine brand) is in full support of Sew Easy Sewing Studio, and together, they are slowly but surely making sewing available to all who want to learn and own the skill, and making it achievable and fun for kids. Brother sewing machines are the easiest to use that even a child can confidently stitch away and create wonderful projects. Sew Easy For Kids will have summer camps starting April 1 through May 29. Please visit the website for details.
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