The last four Fridays before half term, I volunteered to help in Little Bee’s class. Her teacher asked if any parent could come and help teach the children to sew.
How hard could it be?
The first Friday was total chaos! I was on the verge of giving up! I only had five children (including Little Bee) in my group.
I persevered… the children perservered.
On the last sewing the children really amazed me with their sewing skills! They sat there and sew very neatly… except Little R who wanted to be the group clown but I know he could sew nicely when he wants to 🙂
And here’s Little Bee’s sewing binka
I know… the back doesn’t look very neat, but it was her first time sewing using a real needle! It was a yarn needle but it was still a proper needle.
And for half term Mrs O (her class teacher) gave each child a binka, thread and needle to tak home and practice.
The next day, Little Bee sat down in front of the TV, watching her YouTube channels and sew this
Vast improvement don’t you think? I just helped with putting the thread through the needle, the knots and show her how to do cross stitching… she did this all on her own!
And the day after as I was clearing some shelves, I found this
I bought it a couple of years back and then forgot about it as Little Bee showed no interest in sewing! Thank goodness for the sewing class at school and now Little Bee has two new dolls 🙂
On Tuesday, we went to the art shop to get some paint and Little Bee found this
And she made these
There’s a rabbit, kitten, hedgehog and owl… Little Bee is yet to do the fox 🙂