Nokesville 4-H Club

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 Friday, September 28, 2012

Sewing Project

Please contact Christina Harrigan for more information.

Nokesville 4-H Club Sewing Project:


Monday, December 30th – (school break) 10am – 12noon, Harrigan House

·         Beginner Into session, basic skills, sewing kit, safety review

·         Project Selection (Second Year and above, please contact me for project selection discussion)


Sunday, Jan 5, 2014  – Field Trip to JoAnn Fabrics, Manassas (Sudley Road)

·         Meet at 1:00pm

·         Patterns, Fabric, Notions, Tools for your projects


Sunday, January 12, 2014 – 1:00 pm, Harrigan House

·         Come with fabrics pre-washed and ready for pattern layout, cutting


Sunday, January 26, 2014

·         Machine safety, skills practice


Sunday, February 9, 23 - 2014

·         Garment Construction


Sunday, March 2, 16, 30th –

·         Assembly and finishing


FASHION REVUE is Saturday, April 5 and ALL sewers are expected to participate with a garment.  There will be a County-Level Fashion Revue Training session in March, please plan to attend this as well. Plan to also enter your garment in the Prince William County Fair! 


This year I will also ask second year and above sewers prepare one sewing related presentation to the group and perhaps the Nokesville Club (It would be great if you entered county presentation day, but I will not make it mandatory).   If this is your third year or more with sewing experience, I will look to you for Jr. Leadership skills to help the beginners.  We can work on that together, but this is very important if you want to earn extra points on an All Star application (and it is just good practice and experience regardless!)


Contact Info:

Christina Harrigan

703-392-5098 / home

703-792-4780 / work (4-H office)

703-909-6532 / cell  

Meetings at my home – 12491 Camborne Court, Bristow, VA 20136


THANKS! Merry Christmas to everyone! Mrs. Harrigan

Christina Harrigan
703-909-6532 /

Pattern Ideas(there are LOTS out there – just a sample!) :


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