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Hartselle Enquirer

Extension offers sewing class 

Special to the Enquirer   

Sewing to Save will held Aug. 23-25 from 10 a.m. to noon in Hartselle, and those interested are invited to sign up now. 

This free class, hosted by the Morgan County Extension, will cover the basic techniques of beginning sewing and will explore ways to save money by sewing, making alterations and recycling old clothes to make new fashions.  

Participants will complete one sewing project.   

Registration is limited and is on a first-come, first-served basis.   

Once registered, the Extension will provide a list of items participants will need to bring. Some items will be provided; however, participants can feel free to bring their own tools/sewing machine.   

The event will follow the CDC guidelines on masking and social distancing.  

Contact the Extension at 256-773-2549 or morgancountyextension@aces.edu to register.  

The Morgan County Extension office is located at 3120 Highway 36 W., Suite B, in Hartselle. 

Dates:  August 23-25, 2021 

Times: (Same class offered at two locations at different times each day)  

Hartselle 10 a.m. – noon  

Cost: Free 

Class Size is very limited (1st Served Basis) 

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