Focus on Donors: Third Stage Bags

Cecilia Plum is a name that sounds like music to me. When I received a message through the Sewing Machine Project website recently asking me to contact her I had to look back through my files to see where I’d heard the name before. Sure enough, there she was in our...

Thank you, MGE!

A decade ago I made a presentation about The Sewing Machine Project to local business people, I shared our wish list as well, noting that “we sure could use some storage space for sewing machines!” A gentleman named Jim stepped forward and offered to help....

Well, hello there, Eldredge!

We meet regularly at The Sewing Machine Project to look over and prepare machines that have been donated to us–machines that are en route to their next home. Many cases are familiar, even before opening. I often look and think “oh, I know what you...

Wing and a prayer

The idea came to me so vividly. We would soon be traveling to Houston for the International Quilt Festival to set up a booth and share The Sewing Machine Project. Houston. And every sewing machine brand would be at the Festival as well. Houston. Hurricane Harvey....

Beauty-Full Bags from Bluefig

Let me just start by saying that Bluefig makes great bags. Designed with crafters and sewers in mind, the bags are strong and beautiful, thoughtfully-designed and just plain fun! While admiring the bags at a trade show I got talking to Will Macia who runs the company....

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