Pick out some pretty Charm Squares and backing fabric and get ready for a day of quilting design and intrigue as our president Jenny Draper sends step-by-step block instructions on our chapter's GroupWorks message board. And she will be at our sew-it-together daylong event beginning at 10:30 a.m. at the Little Turtle Branch Library, 2201 Sherman Ave., Fort Wayne. Members and non-members are welcome. Click here for more information.
Our chapter members have big hearts! Check out the charity sewing we have been doing. Click here to go to our new Community Service page. And be sure to scroll down on that page to see some of the more than 200 Angel Gowns a group of our members made and donated to area hospitals last fall. One of the Angel Gowns is pictured at left. Find out how you can help.
The always-fun Jay County Fiber Arts Festival will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. March 13 and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 14 at the Jay Community Center, 115 E. Water St. in Portland, IN. Feature artist will be Kate Larson, author and guest on Spin-Off, Jane Austen Knits and more. There will also be a free lecture from Conner Prairie, "Sheep to Shawl." Enjoy classes, artists, food, vendors, wood carving, demonstrations, sheep shearing and a kids area. For information and class registration, go to their website at: https://fiberarts.visitjaycounty.com/ or call 260-726-3336.
It's Appleseed Quilters Guild's 2020 Quilt Show March 20-21, 2020 at Turnstone's Plassman Athletic Center, 3320 N. Clinton St., Fort Wayne. Their "Festival of Quilts" will feature hundreds of quilts - and one could be yours! To enter and have a chance to win a new Janome Sewing Machine, go to https://www.appleseedquiltersguild.com/biennial-quilt-show.
Penny Haren will be guest speaker and teacher - you won't want to miss her talk and trunk show! Also check vendor booths, a craft boutique, demos, mini classes, special displays and gift baskets. Visit their website above for more information.
Join us as we explore all things sewing - garment making, home dec, quilting, serger, felting, sewing tips and tricks, community service projects and more. You will find fellowship, inspiration, discounts, free online videos and just plan fun with others who share the same passion for sewing.
The American Sewing Guild welcomes sewers of all skill levels, ages, and interests. We offer a place for sewers to learn new skills, share interests, and contribute through community service. Membership offers the opportunity to nurture your love of sewing in a supportive and caring community of others who share your love of all things sewing.
Please take a stroll through our website to find out more about us. Then open the door to a new world of sewing friends, learning and just plan fun with people just like you. Simply fill out our contact page and press send. We will look forward to getting back with you!
Visit our national website for more benefits by going to asg.org