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Unread 03-27-2014, 09:08 PM   #1
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Do you need help sewing your costume?

If you are in Colorado and need help sewing your costume, contact the Denver Chapter of the American Sewing Guild at info.asgdenver@aol.com . If we receive enough response, we would like to sponsor a costume sewing workshop before Comic Con Denver in June, where we can provide hands on assistance to costume creators.

If you are sewing your own costume, then you might consider becoming a member of the American Sewing Guild. Our members sew. Many of our member are quite expert at sewing and pattern alterations. Other members are just learning to sew. No matter your level of expertise, we offer sewing help and encouragement in a very supportive environment. We come together to share our interests and expertise in many of the different needlework subjects: garment and costume sewing and also knitting, quilting, embroidery and ... All of these needlework endeavors can be put to use in creating your costume!

Most of our members meet in local neighborhood groups. However, your interest in sewing may only extend as far as your next costume. Depending upon your level of interest, we are considering special interest group meetings for costume sewers.

If any of this interests you, please respond to info.asgdenver@aol.com . I look forward to hearing from you and meeting you also.

Denise Woodson Ofria
Denver Chapter, American Sewing Guild
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