Sewing guild to meet at Bartholomew County REMC


The American Sewing Guild neighborhood group meets from 9 to 11:30 a.m. on the first Saturday of the month at Bartholomew County REMC, 169 Deaver Road, Columbus.

Each monthly meeting focuses on learning a new sewing or creative skill or group sewing on philanthropic sewing projects.

The Oct. 5 meeting will feature a PowerPoint presentation by Mary Beth Simms on the art and symbolism of Aboriginal fabric from M and S Textiles. She also will bring fabric for purchase.

A Columbus native, Simms lives in Brown County. She earned a degree in studio art with a concentration in fibers from St. Mary-of-the Woods College, and she is the owner of The Yellow Door Quilt Store in Nashville.

If you are not on the group’s email list, you may request a copy of the materials list by emailing Marilyn at [email protected].

Bring your interest in sewing and your latest project to show and tell.

Sewing enthusiasts of all ages and skills are welcome. If you have questions, email Marilyn at [email protected].

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