Come join us for a day with Penny at the Cross in the Desert Church
on Saturday, April 18th, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
She will be showing us how to make her Girly Gym Bag, which is so much more than a gym bag.
This will be a “Bring Your Own Lunch” Workshop and the deadline for sign up is April 13th.
Saturday, May 2nd, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
At the Mulqueen Clubhouse in Mesa (just west of their 3716 East Main Street location).
We will spend the day learning and practicing new machine embroidery ideas, so you will need to bring:
– Your machine with a 5" x 7" hoop. (There will be a limited number of machines available for loan).
– The medium for getting the designs into your machine.
– Bobbins and thread.
When you send in the Registration Form, you want to be sure to list your machine’s brand/model and the embroidery format that you use. If you wish to borrow a loaner machine then be sure to note that on the form in the space provided.
Remember to set up and test your machines before the event to avoid any problems and delays during the workshop!
Voluntary Community Service… Few things in life are considered by many to be more rewarding than the voluntary act of contributing something of benefit to others in their community with no expectation of anything in return.
If you like to sew, ASG is the place for you.
The American Sewing Guild is a national non-profit organization dedicated to people who believe sewing is a rewarding and creative experience. Membership in the Guild is open to the public. ASG members enjoy many benefits and discounts.
Members meet monthly in small groups to share ideas and new techniques. Members "drag and brag" their latest creations to the meetings to share them with the group.
ASG members enjoy discounts at many local and national retailers, the Selvedge Newsletter, and Notions Magazine. Check out all the benefits on our Membership Benefits Page.
ASG members contribute to their communities by sewing a variety of garments, bags, and items for the military, children and others in need. These items are sewn by individuals and Neighborhood Groups.