A stitch in (virtual) time

29th February 2008 at 00:00
An East Renfrewshire pupil's duvet cover has won an award - without her having to go near a needle and thread.

Eight-year-old Amy Bateman, of Eaglesham Primary, won the Scottish prize in a competition run by arts education website ArtisanCam. It involved designing a "virtual" duvet cover using an interactive sewing machine activity called Stitch It Up.


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