Student: S.E.W - Saving Endangered Wildlife

by Tiffanie Pfrang on 07/26/2013 | 2 Minute Read

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Mirim Seo, an MFA student at Tyler School of Art created a unique learning tool. "S.E.W. means Saving Endangered Wildlife. This is a game to learn hand-sewing techniques by completing the patterns on the endangered rainforest animals. It comes with 8 animal pieces with stitch-holes for easy assembly and an instruction book.

The animals are completed by hand-sewing and kids can also create their own animal design. It includes the level of sewing difficulty from Level 1 to Level 8. SEW will teach kids not only hand-sewing techniques but also about endangered species in the rainforest."

 

 

CONTENTS

Level 1. Three-toed SlothLevel 2. ManateeLevel 3. Golden Lion MonkeyLevel 4. ToucanLevel 5. JaguarLevel 6. Sea TurtleLevel 7. Dart Poison FrogLevel 8. Harpy Eagle

INCLUDEPattern book, 16 color threads (with cute little spools!) , Buttons and Needles

Designed by Mirim Seo, MFA Tyler School of Art 

 

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