Spring is here! This is always a tumultuous season, with hints of warmth one day and blustery storms the next. We rustle out of our heavy winter clothes and start planning a wardrobe transformation The difficulty we're facing right now could put a shadow over emerging energy and enthusiasm. Don't let that happen. Consider the potential opportunities for creative breakthroughs that are part of this unpredictable situation. Perhaps now can be the time to teach your child to sew, or to dive deeper into exploring your own sewing interests. A revisit through your fabric stash could be an exciting adventure. Visit online sources like Alexandra Morgan and Marci Tilton.

I'm disappointed that I won't be meeting Spring students in person , both new and returning. So I'm offering something new.Check the News tab each week for a mini tutorial. There will be a different topic each week to keep your creative spark alive. Use the Contact box on the site to email me with photos for problem solving or just to share what you're doing. I'm always available to help.

Our connection to each other as sewers is more than networking. We are a community drawn to each other by the love of textiles and the craft of sewing.We will respond to this crisis with awareness of, and generosity toward, our fellow beings. Extend the care and attention you put into your sewing to those you love and to the natural world.

Warmly,
Kathie

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