Donna shares her secrets on the elusive “travelling sewing kit.” This applies to the tools that might be used most often at a meeting when the Sew Crazies are sewing.A kit should have: fabric scissors, thread scissors, assortment of hand sewing needles, basic threads (black, white, tan, red), seam ripper, tape measure, sewing gauge, assortment of needles for your machine, 2-3 bobbins, tweezers, small screwdrivers (flat and phillips) and bandaids. A few misc. buttons, chalk, a dime and nickle (for buttonhole placement) are also handy.
Mystery Solved: Travelling Sewing Kit Revealed
Our Next MeetingSaturday, November 17th10 a.m. to 2 p.m.at The Rock Fellowship Church3120 Browns Mill Rd., Johnson City, TN
Girl Scouts! Are you or your troop looking for a worthwhile community service project that you can do, all the while learning a creative and fun skill? Sew Crazy is looking for you! Sew Crazy has helped Girl Scouts turn old t-shirts into tote bags, an upcycling project that resulted in sacks for their cookie sales. Other beginning sewing projects may also be available for your troop to try, depending on the age of participants and purpose of the project. Let Sew Crazy help you get started. Contact Donna Horowitz, director and sewing instructor, for more information. Phone (423) 434-0424 or e-mail email@example.com.
Scraps and Squares
Don’t forget Sew Crazy’s ongoingprojects -- the 6x6 squares forNicaraqua and fabric scraps for thedog beds.
Where Sewists of All Ages, Interests and Skill Levels are Welcome!
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Bears for ‘Kids Like Us’A bevy of beary adorable teddy bears -- 90 in number -- made their debut at the September Sew Crazy meeting. Using the same simple pattern, but with endless possibilities for fabric choices and embellishments, no two bears were alike.The bears were rehomed to Kids Like Us, an Elizabethton non-profit. Kids Like Us was formed in 2017 and operates on donations of funds and volunteer hours. This organization provides a location where both children and young adults can meet and have the opportunity to connect with others for learning and socializaing regardless of their background, physical and mental abilities, race, religion, etc. Our bears, with their diversity in design/color, will be appreciated to help teach the message that we are all really the same, just made differently.