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Fashion Attic: Make Your Own Style
Fashion Attic: Make Your Own Style
Ruby Mac
In this sewing and design class, talented teen-designer Ruby Mac empowers kids to take their first steps into the world of fashion. From customizing clothes to designing a collection to sewing a simple skirt, Ruby shows you how fun and easy it is to express yourself through style!
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Share your story through comics! In this interactive class, cartoonist Jon Chad shows you the ins and outs of making a comic book.
Jon Chad
Jon Chad
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Who says kids don’t belong in the kitchen? In this four-part cooking class, award-winning teen chef Amber Kelley empowers kids to take charge in the kitchen and — with a little help from their parents — cook fresh, tasty meals. From shopping for ingredients to prepping, cooking and plating, Amber equips them with the skills and know-how they need to become confident young chefs.
Amber  Kelley
Amber Kelley
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Three teams of craft-loving kids put their creativity to the test as they tackle a fun, imaginative challenge in a set amount of time. Get ready for something big, fun and crafty airing daily on Universal Kids and online right here!
Universal Kids
Universal Kids

Join the discussion! While your instructor may choose to chime in, this space is intended as a maker-to-maker forum.

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Fashion Attic: Make Your Own Style