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Teach Yourself to Sew

Host a Sewing Party

Mar 02, 2011
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Share your love of sewing with friends by hosting a Singer Sew Very Easy House Party. Selected hosts will attend a short machine orientation on April 30, and then have complimentary use of a new Singer Confidence Stylist machine at their party on May 6, 7, or 8.

If you’re a sewer just starting out, this is a fun way for you to learn new skills together with your sewing pals in a creative environment. If you’re an advanced sewer, host a party for all the sewing newbies you know! It’s also a great way to try out this new machine, which can be purchased by both hosts and guests at an exclusive discount. Discounts are also offered from Viking Sewing Gallery and Jo-ann Fabric and Craft Stores.

Check out the Singer website for more information.

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  1. User avater coraki March 23rd

    I would rather be invited to aJanome party, :-)
    I have not had luck with Singer.

  2. SewcietyMaven March 10th

    Dear Sewfunnytroy: Please put me on your invite list!

  3. User avater Sewfunnytroy March 6th

    Hey this is a great idea. Matter of fact I host a sewing party, known as "The Funny Farm Sew-In". We typically have the sew-in every few months or maybe every quarter. I invite my sewing friends, and non-sewing as well, we eat a wonderful dinner prepared by my husband and drink wine then go to the sewing studio & sew, knit, embroider and sew more until folks decide it is time to go home.
    These prove to be very helpful and outrageous fun to boot! We take a brief break for dessert (everyone brings one dessert to get pass the husband at the front door) and get back to our sewing. Each session I try to plan a 'make-it & you take-it project sew we can do new techniques; but nothing formal; that would ruin our 'free nite out sewing'.

    I encourage folks who have the room and time to do one of these and you will be surprised at the results. Of course take pics of your projects too.

    Sewfunnytroy . . . who keeps the sewing FUN

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