The American Sewing Guild is a national non-profit organization dedicated to people who believe sewing is a rewarding and creative activity, and we advance sewing as an art and life skill. We have monthly neighborhood meetings, city-wide meetings with national speakers, and special interest groups that meet regularly. We sew, we quilt, we create, and we laugh and learn together! All skills levels are welcome and there's always someone to help you when you get stuck. Come check us out - you can come twice for free and then we believe you'll want to join.
Southeast Sew ‘n Sews ASG Neighborhood Group
We are a group of sewists who enjoy getting together for show & tell, to discuss our latest sewing challenges, fashion trends, handy sewing notions, and to share ideas. Our projects include clothing, home décor, and quilting. We meet on the first Wednesday of the month, from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm.
From Jan – Jun & Aug – Nov we meet at:
Jo-Ann Fabrics & Crafts, Park Meadows
9090 E Phillips Pl, Centennial 80112
We meet at a table in the store, usually either in the yarn department or in the quilting department. Jo-Ann’s also provides special coupons for us.
·In July & December we go out to dinner. Call for details!
If you’d like more information about the group before coming to a meeting, please call me at[masked] at least a day ahead of time so there is ample time for us to connect.
This Group meets MONTHLY on the SECOND THURSDAY of every month in the afternoon. Our leader is Dede Magoon and you can reach her at [masked]. Check with Dede for more info on what we'll be doing each month.
Come to a review of the basics of Machine Embroidery. What's the difference between a stitch and working file? How do you select fonts? What's a BX font?
Do you have questions you'd like answered? This will be a great meeting for you to attend.
Machines are not required, show and tell is ALWAYS welcome!
Pre-meeting dinner, 4:30 pm, Las Palmas Mexican.
Contact Cathy Georgerian with questions - [masked].