Maker Camp: Day 1- Coding and Embroidery

Program Type:

DIY, STEM

Ideal Ages:

10 to 18

Program Description

Event Details

Maker Camp is a free, week long introduction to maker skills and tools.  Each day will have a separate skill, so participants are encouraged to attend the one's they are interested in (or all of them)! Day 1 we will be exploring the basics of embroidery while learning simple coding to create a unique embroidery design that we will stitch for you on our embroidery machine as well as hand stitching techniques.

These workshops are not consecutive. 
Daily capacity is 20 attendees, but no registration is needed. Snacks will be provided.

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