Frequently Asked Questions
What is Sew-N-Sew?
Sew-N-Sew is a non-profit, charitable organization with the primary purpose of promoting activities around Fiber Arts to all who are interested.
What activities are available?
We have a variety of activities which include Sew-N-Sew Groups, Classes, Studios and Open Sews for Charity.
What is meant by the term "Sew-N-Sew Group"?
A “Sew-N-Sew Group" is a dedicated time where people with similar interests work on their own individual projects. There is no instructor. A group meets once a month (12 meetings/year), always the same day of the month, (i.e. the second Tuesday or the Third Sunday) and runs for the entire year, from September through August. Some groups will meet for a full day (10:00 am to 4:00 pm), some will meet for a partial day (9:00 am to 1:00 pm or 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm), some will meet evenings (5:00 pm to 10:00 pm).
Are some Sew-N-Sew Groups devoted exclusively to some particular type of activity?
Definitely! We have specialized groups: machine embroidery, hand appliqué, garment sewing, knitting, quilting, fiber arts and more.
Who can join a Sew-N-Sew Group?
Only Full and Associate Members can register to reserve their place in a Sew-N-Sew group.
What do I need to bring with me to a Sew-N-Sew Group?
Everything that you need for the project/s that you wish to work on - for example, your material, sewing supplies, and your sewing machine.
How often do Classes meet?
They can be one or multiple sessions lasting 2 to 6 hours. A Class may also be referred to as a Workshop (usually one full day session) or a Studio (with private or semi- private instruction).
What type of Classes will be available?
Any activity related to Fiber Arts such as
• Hand or machine sewing • Garment construction
• Knitting and crocheting • Machine embroidery
• Quilting and embroidery software • Fabric Embellishment
• Creative fiber arts • Handbag construction
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