In this world of technology where smartphones and tablets are rampant, it can be easy for children to lose sight of the basics. Yet, even in this advanced age, it’s still important for children to develop needle art skills.
When children learn the tradition of needle arts in a camp, classroom, or the comfort of their home, they discover and build skills that will prove beneficial into adulthood. As they actively participate in project-making, they gain self-confidence, engage with others, and observe the rewards of hard work.
If you’re still on the fence about sending your child to sewing camp or a knitting class, download and read our guide, “7 Benefits of Needle Arts,” to help you make a decision.