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Sewing Lounges: The Starbucks For The Seamstress

by Calandra Ferguson Sewing lounges, a Starbucks for sewing enthusiastic of sort, is a modern day twist of the home sewing room and an
old-time sewing circle. A community space for sewers looking for some method of sharing their combined creative passions, nourish creativity and gather together to share common experiences and feed their stitching souls. A sewing lounge isn’t a fabric or sewing machine store. In fact, there might not be anything to buy, except for an offering of classes at minimal cost and of your own free will. It's a meeting place. It's a sewing studio. It's a place to sew...
read on!

Sewing Lounges:
sassysewer.com in Baltimore, Maryland.
SewInspired.biz in San Diego, California.
DC Thread Sewing Lounge in Washington DC.
Sew Crafty Houston in Texas.
The Sewing Lounge in Burbank, CA.
The Sewing Lounge in St Paul, MN.
The Seam Divas Sewing Lounge in Vancouver, WA.

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Comment by Londa Rohlfing on August 25, 2009 at 9:55pm
Starting a Sewing Lounge like these is my next dream - wherever I end up - and when I can't stand up to the rigors of traveling to do sewing expos and teaching at guilds and shops any longer. As a matter of fact - if one could make money at it - I'd do it right now - if I could find a team of willing workers. It's just having had my own retail storefront and run that grind for 13 years, I don't want to tie myself down again. This IS my dream in retirement - like some place like Branson, MO or Gatlinville, etc..... More power to those who are doing it! i think this is SEW exciting.....

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