Narberth, PA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 04/15/2016 -- A child's creativity is something special because it can be fostered, nurtured and grown. In the right hands, it can be focused to allow for greater things. Children depend on their imaginations, and their creativity, to provide a sense of self. With a child's imagination, an activity can be an adventure and the completion of a craft can be a treasured achievement.
The Handwork Studio is able to provide children with a means to grow and refine their inherent talents. The Handwork Studio holds weekly classes in Narberth, PA, throughout the fall, winter and spring, for boys and girls of kindergarten age through high school. Children ages four through eleven can take classes in handwork and machine sewing to learn the foundations of creation and design. Ages eight through fourteen can take fashion and machine sewing to learn practical skills based on current trends. Ages eleven through sixteen can enroll in the Open Design Studio to get real practice sewing and embellish their own projects, being guided by a pro.
In addition to their school-year classes that take place at their studio, The Handwork Studio holds more than forty summer programs in ten states. Their programs take place in prestigious summer camps along the east coast. Even more classes are offered in their summer programs to give campers even more options for the freedom that summer brings to school-age children.
For more than fourteen years, The Handwork Studio has provided children with joy and skills that they can use well into adulthood. To learn more about the studio, their classes and their story, interested parties are encouraged to visit their website at http://www.thehandworkstudio.com/.
About The Handwork Studio
Now in their fourteenth year, The Handwork Studio provides children ages 5-16 with fun activities that net them real-world skills. By teaching boys and girls the arts of sewing, crocheting and embellishing, children can learn about fashion to spark interest in a career or allow them to carry a hobby into their adult years. To learn more about the Handwork Studio, visit them online at http://www.thehandworkstudio.com/.
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