Kelli Bos Sewing for Success teaches children the art and skill of sewing; along with sales, marketing, finance and philanthropy. All while increasing self-esteem, creativity, hand-eye coordination, manual dexterity, perseverance, critical thinking and problem solving.
Where We Learn, Love, Grow
THE BIG SALE DAY
The Creative Artist in Me
After completing the series of classes, our students will plan, set-up and market their one day pop-up shop and sell their items, applying the educational concepts learned throughout the course. Donating 10% of their collective earnings to their favorite non-profit/charity, usually their school or Community center, creating future Philanthropist.
KELLI BOS SEWING FOR SUCCESS®
Did you know your gifts and talents can be and avenue for sustaining yourself and your family? Kelli Bos Sewing for Success teaches our young Sewist the concept though our sewing series.
Through Kelli Bos Sewing for Success, we learn what entrepreneurship is all about. we learn sales, marketing, customer service, inventory, and financial education.
Philanthropy is a huge part of Kelli Bos Sewing for Success; our Sewist learn the importance and benefit of giving back from their earnings; donating 10% toward their own school, community center or the organization of their choice.
WHO IS KELLI BOS
Mother, Philanthropist, Designer, Seamstress, Instructor
Kelli's professional career began as a Paralegal/Law Clerk in Michigan, and she has dedicated over 25 years to social and human service for children and families. Currently, she is the founder of Kelli Bos Sewing for Success and a full-time professional designer and seamstress.
Kelli is also a grandmother, and the "Human" to three German Shepherds.
When not sewing and teaching, Kelli holds a platform of "Hood Martha" where she teaches anything that makes her feel good in that moment from cooking, baking, Maker projects, photography and much more. Welcoming others who just want to have fun, learn something new or simply relax through creating & making.
"Encouragement makes a huge difference in the lives of children, so we overflow them in it!"
Mr. Tavares assisting Boston Public School 2nd Grader at
Nathan Hale Elementary School in Roxbury.
Ms. Danielle teaching how to cut fleece for our winter hat project at the South End Branch of the Boston Public Library.