FAB LOCATION WITH OPPORTUNITY TO SEW OUTSIDE & WALK THE WATER

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Happy Happy Happy

F working on fitting with internet access (hurray!); M works on coat; B preparing to cut out a suit

K sewed knits; S did multiple covers for her multiple machines; L worked on project “That Shall Not Be Named” for her brother (n.b. her Mom’s Featherweight)

P hit high numbers of finished projects; C produced both navy & black pants; S wearing & sewing the coat toile

L preparing to visit one of the 3 cutting tables; N concentrating on pressing at one of 2 stations

Big bright room with 2 ramp access & 2 walls of windows (also known as a Double-Double in Canada).  Extra room to figure out dye problems by inspecting the entire 5.2 meters
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Plenty of expert help and consultation

img_2265Sewing outside on the deck was an option, as was hailing those out for a walk, from the upper deck.  F‘s sewing caddy is a both beautiful & useful.  She tells us that she will consider doing a class…

Above you will see some of the finished (or almost) items from the grand weekend we shared.
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A FANTASTIC RETREAT FROM “DAYLIGHT TO GASLIGHT” DAILY!

JOIN THE ATLANTIC SEWING GUILD AT OUR NEXT  MEETING ON NOVEMBER 8, St. Theresa’s Church, North St.

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2 thoughts on “Retreat to the Sea Side Sewing

  1. Very cute roundup! I really enjoyed the weekend and the location! The dining facilities were not bad either. I guess we were all too busy eating to snap a pic!

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