Sew a Bendy Snake

Make a cute, small snake out of fabric and giant pipe cleaners.  You can wear your finished creation on your wrist, wrap it around a desk lamp, or carry it in your pocket – perfect for car trips.  Students will cut a pattern and sew this craft by hand.  For beginner sewers, this is a good project for practicing a running stitch; students should know how to thread a needle. 

The instructor will mail materials kits to students. Kits include fabric, pipe cleaners, pattern, eyes, and pins, thread & needle, enough to make at least two snakes in two sizes. 
Required at Home: Scissors that can cut fabric.  
Note: Fabric in kit will differ from photo.  

Shipping deadline April 14th. Registration Closes on April 19th. Materials in-person pick up April 20th.  


Instructor: Maire-Anne Diamond
Maire Anne Diamond is a lifelong sewer and crafter, has been a quilter for 10 years, is an invertebrate enthusiast, and has taught science and craft classes since 2000. Learn More »
Age range: 
Students min/max: 
1 day
Thursday, April 22, 2:00-3:30 pm
April 22, 2021
Materials fees: