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Today was another fun day at Louise Cutting’s Oh2Sew Sewing Intensive Weekend workshop! Today, we played with paperdolls and fabric squares as we learned to fine-tune some of our techniques for turning facings and the correct places to make pattern … Continue reading
Saying “I Do!” at the Chicago History Museum with the American Sewing Guild. For our our August meeting, Sew Chicago took a field trip to the Chicago History Museum for a docent-led tour of their exhibit, I Do! Chicago Ties The Knot. Continue reading
Sew Chicago learned so much from Evelyn Cummings’ Heirloom Sewing class. Using a Martha Pullen camisole pattern, we sewed up a sample of pintucks and joining bridging laces, embroidered insertions and edging laces before starting on our camisoles. Continue reading
The first Heirloom Sewing Workshop got rave reviews. The participants cannot stop singing the praises of Evelyn Cummings, who by all accounts is an excellent teacher. And Evelyn reports that she had a great time with our group, which shows … Continue reading