pop quiz! what am i wearing?

well, it’s easy, really.

i am wearing a ridiculous, uncategorizable garment that i made at last month’s sewing rebellion.

don’t i look psyched?

well, never fear, lovely readers. i come in peace, to remind you about december’s sewing rebellion at spacecraft in williamsburg (355 bedford ave, between south 4th and south 5th), from 4-6:30 pm.

come and make fabulous stuff! or not so fabulous stuff…as per the picture, we clearly don’t discriminate on the basis of fabulousness. tedious winter mending, perfecting a party outfit, making a present, or bringing some half-baked fashion idea to fruition with mixed results…it’s all fair game.

of course, we can’t make any gaurantees, but our friendly, helpful, mutually supportive attendees will try to keep you and your project firmly in “fabulous” territory.

patterns and patches are available to those who don’t have a project, or if you just want to drop by and see what it’s all about and maybe…just maybe…end up making something awesome.

hope to see you there!


4 Responses to “pop quiz! what am i wearing?”

  1. Monica Says:

    I there sewing machines there for use and does this cost money???

    • sewingrebellionnyc Says:

      SR meetings are FREE, but the sewing machine count depends on who brings theirs. We don’t have machines on hand for all to use…yet. That’s one of our long-term projects.

    • sewingrebellionnyc Says:

      no, it’s totally free! there are sewing machines if people bring them, which doesn’t always happen. but we are in the process of trying to get machines fixed and donated or shared. but you can always come and learn to do simple stuff by hand, or just hang out and see what people are doing to get an idea of what’s possible. let us know if you have any other questions! thanks, hope to see you soon!

  2. mayasmind Says:

    Amelia I think your garment is great! (since she didn’t tell you folks this, I will: She made a franken-vest by sewing the sleeves from another shirt onto a vest she never wore. It’s like the cool kid’s version of those sweaters with the shirt collars sewn in that they used to sell at Marshalls).

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