Community Sewing Day This Saturday

Join Round Robin Collective member Amanda Browder on Saturday, February 18th from 1-5pm for a collective sewing day to make a large scale fabric installation in the Art@Renaissance space. Donate / Trim / Sew / Install – all of these processes will be different acts of sculptural collaboration in the making of a fantastic new piece. Learn how to sew, donate your extra fabric, or chat with your neighbors. Bring yourself, bring your fabric, and contribute to a community-driven collaboration.

Contribute your unused fabric to help make the piece! We are making a fabric vortex and we need a lot of materials! We are looking for cotton, sheets, pants, and non-stretchy fabric in all colors and/or patterns. Donations of sewing tools such as needles, thread, and scissors would be greatly appreciated too. Recycle your fabrics into a spectacular piece of collaborative art!

A public fabric donation box will be available at St. Nicks Alliance Lobby to donate fabric at anytime.

For questions or to arrange donations, contact or or pop in and drop off donations to any Round Robin event planned on the calendar :

If sewing is not your interest, help cut the sections of fabric to make this large scale art work!

Help sew with easy straight stitches on a sewing machine – All levels of experience are welcome and tutoring is available! Together we will to physically bind the donated fabrics into an awesome shape!

CONVERSE – Help cheer on people working, make new friends and meet other community members, learn and collaborate. It will be a fun day of volunteerism and art-making!  Bring your craft-loving family members and friends! All groups are welcome:  kids, families and elderly friends!

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