Season 2, Episode 6: Sewing with Oilcloth, Hack Off, and Teaching Kids About Art

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In this episode Happi learns how to sew with one of her favorite fabrics: oilcloth. Beth Huntington, the Renegade Seamstress, reveals her tips and tricks for making an adorable make-up pouch from this nostalgic material that has gotten a modern makeover. Then Happi, and her pal, Peggy, engage in a “Hack-Off” to see who can wow the other one more with their quick and clever solutions to everyday problems. And finally, it’s time for a field trip! Happi learns from Amanda Lesnikowski, School and Teacher Programs Coordinator at the Minneapolis Institute of Art (MIA), how to talk to kids about art. Happi brings a couple of her favorite little art enthusiasts along to explore and learn. Come with us on an art adventure!

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The Happi House is an entertaining and informative weekly magazine style television series for women. Hosted by Happi Olson, Lifestyle Expert, each episode is full of robust content on a variety of fun and useful topics such as homemade beauty products, hosting unique children’s parties, fashion trends, family vacation tips and tricks, DIY home décor, easy family meals and more.
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