A south-west woman is helping children explore their creative side.
Sally Jane is offering the chance for children aged eight and over to learn how to sew.
It's a passion the school teacher has rekindled since being on maternity leave and one she wants to share with the younger generation.
Ms Jane said sewing was a great way to express creativity, slow down and be focused in the moment and use problem-solving methods when making a mistake.
She said she wanted youngsters to enjoy the sense of accomplishment that comes from completing a piece.
Ms Jane is offering an eight-week course in term four in which participants will learn the basics of using a sewing machine and make a number of items including scrunchies, cushions and a wearable garment.
She said she was keen to encourage youngsters to learn the art of sewing and develop an appreciation of what it takes to make clothes and other items.
For more information visit the Make This Make That Facebook page or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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