Shawls will be April’s projectDonation to go to hospice patientsSew Crazy will begin a new project at the April meeting that will benefit hospice patients served by CARIS Healthcare. Warm shawls for both men and women will be a one-month project that uses a simple but cozy pattern that drapes over the shoulders and features a handy pocket to keep small items close.There will be a few kits cut and ready to sew, plus lots of fabric choices and patterns available. The shawl pictured comes in extra small to extra large to fit a variety of patients.Hannah Bowers, CARIS Healthcare Volunteer Coordinator, is scheduled to be on hand to explain the hospice program and answer any questions people may have.
Beginners to old pros alike can enjoy the variety and learn something new, all while enjoying the fellowship with other sewers. At each meeting we also share a delicious potluck lunch that sustains the sewing energy!Take a look through the website to see where the Sew Crazy sewers have been and where they’re going next. Or better yet, come join us at our next meeting. We’d love to have you!
Whether your passion is apparel, quilting, home dec, crafting or any other fiber art, Sew Crazy has something for you -- and a chance for you to give back to your community as well.This diverse group of sewers meets monthly to learn, sew and share their talents with each other and the community through charity sewing projects. CASA, Crumley House, Wellmont Cancer Center and Mountain Home VA are just a few of the local organizations to receive donations from Sew Crazy.
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