Sew ‘n’ Sews say: It’s time to discover an old habit

From left, back, forward: Frann Dorr, Barbara Lange, Donna Houser, Judy Hans, Lola Stevenson, Margaret Huntley and Linda Sleight; Picture by Allison Sleight

Debbie Stoffel, Treasurer

Greetings and happy New Year from your local Sew and Sews Club in SaddleBrooke.

There is a tradition of New Year’s to make a resolution for positive change in your life “sew” how about returning to sewing!

If you used to sew a long time ago, we can help motivate you to start again! We do projects for our own education, enjoyment and gifts. We have show and tell demonstrations, road trips and we also like to continue our conversations at the Road Runner Grill and have lunch.

Our members are a very eclectic group. We sew lots of different bags and purses; casserole covers, aprons, table runners, placemats and wall hangings. We have members who knit, embroider, quilt, construct or adjust clothing for themselves, for dolls or for the kiddos in their life.

We are a friendly club with various skill levels and if this sounds interesting to you, whether you are a curious beginner or an experienced and diverse person who would like to share ideas, show your projects or learn interesting techniques this is the club for you. We would love to meet you and make new friends!

Please stop by any Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. and discover the camaraderie that our club has to offer you.

Every Tuesday, 9:30 a.m. to noon, Room 4 SaddleBrooke One Arts and Crafts Building, $10 annually.