Fashion and sewing day camps at TFC combine practical skills with creativity, unlocking limitless self-expression in our campers ages 6-12! Through hands on learning all campers sew a real and wearable garment or accessory plus learn to sketch, create and design accessories, artwork and a lot more. Allow your child to discover the excitement of fashion design at The Fashion Class!
Join fashion camp during the Christmas Holiday and Winter Recess School Break December 27th-30th 2022 and January 2nd 2023! Individual dates and extended day available.
Please check out dates, times, and COVID-19 SAFETY INFORMATION under the details tab above.
During their day, fashion campers work on Singer Quantum Stylist Computerized Sewing Machines. These sewing machines are easy to use, equipped with finger guards, and feature advanced technology like lightning-fast embroidery! Sewing projects are finished and taken home at the end of the camp day. Sewing projects change each individual camp day and may be any type of apparel such as shorts, pants, skirt, top, a simple dress or even an accessory such as a scarf or messenger bag. We alternate our projects and fabric seasonally so it’s always a new creation at The Fashion Class.
Plus, unlike sewing-only camps, The Fashion Class provides a big-picture introduction to fashion. Campers learn sewing skills along with illustration, merchandising, fashion history, the business of fashion, entrepreneurship, and a little DIY and crafting too! All lessons are age appropriate, easy to understand and hands on.
Our specialized curriculum—developed in partnership with pattern makers, illustrators, and educators over ten years—is designed around what works best for kids, including:
Allow your child to flourish in our creative community where they learn alongside other children who share their interest in fashion and sewing!
Don't see your child's day off on our schedule? We offer custom camps for your group of four or more!
COVID-19 SAFETY INFORMATION
We will be following New York State guidelines along with the CDC and local officials’ guidelines and recommendations with respect to social distancing and capacity limits. This information is subject to change.