Climate Change is a serious thing that can only be slowed down and reversed by everyone of us doing our part.
At our November meeting members brought in many examples of using our skills to create reusable items (sanitary napkins, cosmetic pads, ‘paper’ towels, beeswax wraps, tea bags, and more) or ideas to use our scraps of fabric so they don’t end up in garbage — fabric rope mats and bowls, sandwich/snack bags, fruit/vegetable bags, underwear from old t-shirts–to name a few.
Continue reading ‘Ecco Snaps’ (Nov 2019 Meeting)
On April 10/18 Faye told 2 friends & they told 2 friends and sew on & sew on & sew on
FAYE UNRAVELS THE MYSTERIES OF .pdf’s in her well thought out & carefully prepared presentation
Continue reading PDF’s Your New BFF
Sheila MacDonald, our long-term Atlantic Sewing Guild member is known for her organizational skills and persistence in finishing projects to high standards. She has graciously given us the list of items that are included in her sewing luggage for those wonderful times when sewing away from home – at one of our classes; “SIN Saturdays” (Sew It Now), or longer sewing retreats. We know that if we’ve forgotten something (other than the sewing machine – & yes, it has happened), Sheila probably has “several somethings” to help us out! Following is the checklist she reviews when heading out (rather like an airline pilot, she is!). It would be hard to think of something that Sheila has forgotten. For those of us with upcoming Seaside Sewing, this will be a great help – thank-you Sheila for keeping us up-to-date!
Continue reading Sheila’s Updated Take-along List