Pittsburgh youth to benefit from Assemble program

February 24, 2018 by  

This spring, Pittsburgh’s Assemble will give new life to gently used clothing and other items, all while supporting programs for local youth.

The organization has planned ‘Make and Swap’, which is open to people of all ages, genders, and body types. Those who wish to participate can bring in clothing, accessories, and shoes and walk out with some personalized creations of their very own.

The planners will set up a variety of stations set up where the attendees can add beads, sequins, studs, rhinestones, and other decorations to them, and there will also be sewing supplies on hand. Crafting experts will be available to offer assistance and advice, and a silk screening area will also be on offer so that anyone who wishes to add the Assemble unicorn-robot design to their item will be able to do so.

The admission fee for the occasion has been set at $10.00, and this includes the materials, donated clothing, snacks, and access to a photo booth picture so that those who come out can memorialize and share their unique creations. A printer can use flyer printing techniques to provide promotional materials for a community based project such as this.

Assemble will be hosting this spring event on April 7. Anyone who is interested in finding out more can do so by contacting Assemble through its website.