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mygaley | Posted in Gather For A Chat on

Dear Sewing Friends,  Can anyone tell me why I can’t log onto the SewingWorld site?  I seem to be registered because my name(s) come up automatically when I’m trying to register.  If I could hook up with a human being this might become one of my secondary sites.

I have learned so much from this forum, I think you all know everything.  Thanks a lot, Galey


  1. diday | | #1

    In the upper right corner for this page


    are links for "my profile" and "faq". You might find your answers there.


    1. mygaley | | #2

      Dear Diane,  Thanks for your help and encouragement.  I finally was successful!  It seems my problem was I had previously been registered under my former email address; I had to choose a new name and password to override this.  I understand there is a better way to do this but as my grandson says "She's seriously electronically challenged"!  Thank you and God bless you as you sew.  Galey

    2. onequarter | | #3

      Hi diday,I tried the link for SewingWorld and got the 404 - File not found. Nothing in the upper right corner. Are they really gone?

      1. diday | | #4

        It's not a site I have frequented but others in Post 5449.1 to 5449.3 have some comments. Is this site related?http://sewingworld.com.au./

        1. onequarter | | #5

          Thanks,That site seems to be for two stores, however, and not a website for sewing comments. I have however found a site that seems to replicate the old sewingworld commons:http://artisanssquare.com/sg/index.phpIt's called The Stitcher's Guild when you get to the website.Thanks again. It took a lot of looking and clicking on links from other sewers out the to find it. I hope more will get there to contribute. A vibrant, active community of sewers creates a place where we can share our expertise, our trials, both successful and not-so-successful so we can all enjoy our sewing more and more and pass it on to the next generation.Carla

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