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Sustainability Workshop and Lecture



Format: Lecture & workshop

Don't miss the opportunity to attend this lecture, Margaret will return to school next week!

Feel like you're drowning in a sea of straws?
Maybe you already carry a reusable water bottle or take reusable bags to the grocery store, but, whats next?
How can you merge your creative ideas and joy of sewing with your pursuit to reduce your environmental impact?

In this Lecture and Workshop we will discover sustainable, money-saving alternatives to everyday household items and find practical ways to implement them
The class will be hosted by Margaret, who is a student at the University of Delaware studying Sustainable Fashion Design.
She personally designed a compact Silverware Roll that you can use to carry utensils with you instead of using plastic disposable forks and knives.
The project is quick, and fun to make up using the Smile Spinners Edge Wise Method.

Margaret will also share some of her "simple swaps" so you can get started right now, MAKING a difference for the environment!
Skill Level:
beginner
Skill Details:
No Experience Necessary
Requirements:
Notebook and Pen Sewing Tools (Rotary Cutter/ Ruler, Pins etc) Sewing Machine (materials can be purchased at the time of class)
Instructor Name:
Margaret Dolbin
Instructor Bio:
Margaret is a 2nd year student at the University of Delaware studying Fashion Design and Sustainable Textile Development

Sustainability Workshop and Lecture

Cost:
$ 25.00
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