First Sewing


Galt First Sewing

Make a butterfly bag, neck purse, picture frame, notepad cover and pencil case. Stitch the pre-punched sections together with the cord and decorate with foam shapes and stick-on gems.  A sewing kit for kids can be both an educational and role-play toy.


  • Develops fine motor skills: Sewing requires using small muscles in the hands and fingers, which helps children develop dexterity and coordination.
  • Teaches spatial reasoning: Children need to think about how pieces of fabric fit together to create a finished product, which helps them develop spatial reasoning skills.
  • Boosts creativity and problem-solving: Sewing allows children to express their creativity by choosing fabrics, patterns, and colors. It also requires them to problem-solve if they make mistakes.
  • Introduces basic math concepts: Sewing can help children learn about counting, measuring, and fractions.
  • Boosts self-confidence: Completing a sewing project can give children a sense of accomplishment and boost their self-confidence.


  • Pretend play: Children can use a sewing kit to pretend to be a tailor, fashion designer, or other creative professional.
  • Imaginative play: Sewing can be used to create costumes, dolls, stuffed animals, or other imaginative projects.
  • Storytelling: Children can use their sewing creations to tell stories and act out scenes.


  • 5 sewing kits of pre-cut foam pieces and cord,
  • plastic bodkins,
  • stick-on gems,
  • notepad,
  • 2 pencils,
  • guide.

Ages: 5 + years