We are sewing enthusiasts who meet together for programs, fellowship, and the sharing of inspiration.
There's nothing as stimulating to creativity like seeing what your friends have been making!
This will be our last meeting at Allnutt Funeral Home:
Family Center Room
650 W. Drake Rd.
Fort Collins, CO
6:30 pm Meet and Greet
7:00 pm Meeting
New meeting location and time to be announced. Stay tuned for details.
Prospective members are welcome to attend two meetings free (chapter meetings or neighborhood groups) to meet other members and see what the chapter is involved in.
After the second meeting, you can join the chapter on-line through the National American Sewing Guild website, or by filling out an application and mailing it in. At the ASG website, you will also see what the membership provides you: discounts, on-line classes, and connections to other sewing enthusiasts!
Contact our Chapter President at
Second Thursday of each Month
September through May, with occasional summer programs
9:30 am till 11:30 am
Contact: Margee 970-224-1958
Examples of past programs:
Hand Embroidery - Sally
Wet Felting - Margee
Bleeding Tissue Silk Scarf - Linda
Sewing carry bags for the Days for Girls charity
Are you interested in updating your wardrobe? Join us to learn more about garment sewing, embellishing, and adding extra details to make your garment special.
Location: The Sewing Circle
4112 S. College Ave., Fort Collins
(Between Hobby Lobby and Chili House on S. College Ave.)
Date: 1st Wednesday of each Month
Time: 6:00 - 8:00 pm
Jan. 8, 6-8pm(second Wednesday instead of first)
Jan. 19, Hat (fascinator) making, sew-in, 9am-4pm
Contact: Melissa Mangan email@example.com
Jo Barley firstname.lastname@example.org (970) 493-5920
It's all in the DETAIL.
Learn to make the detail worth looking at.
SEW-INs - Bring your fabric, pattern, machine and sewing supplies. We will be sewing together and helping each other with fitting, sewing techniques, etc.
RSVP to Jo Barley 970-218- 2130 or email@example.com
SEW-INs are held once a month on Sundays from 9am-4pm at the Sewing Circle in Fort Collins
Do you enjoy sitting and stitching? Embroidery, needlepoint, knit or crochet? Garment embellishment? Beading? Ribbon Embroidery? Mending?
Then this group is for you!
4th Friday of each month from 9:00 - 11:00 am, September - May
First Presbyterian Church, Rm 206
531 S. College Ave.
Fort Collins, CO
We're gearing up for more charitable sewing and we hope that our members will keep alert to needs, especially for use in our community.
Past projects have included customized sheets, pillowcases, and toiletry bags for homeless women, padded hangers for the CSU Avenir Museum, book caddies for school children, Choose to Reuse bags for the City of Fort Collins, carry bags for the Days for Girls charity, and the prep and construction of 45 hanging bags for walkers for local seniors.
January's meeting will be the last meeting held in the Family Center of Allnutt Funeral Home in Fort Collins, CO
650 W. Drake Rd.
New Chapter meeting location and time will be announced soon.
6:30 pm: Meet and greet
7:00 pm: Meeting, programs, and invited speakers
Donations help fund educational programs for all chapter members. Thank you!
Please consider passively donating to our chapter by doing your Amazon shopping through Amazon Smile and directing the donations to American Sewing Guild Inc, Fort Collins Chapter. Use the link below to set up your Amazon donations to be directed to our chapter:
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December’s presentation to the Chapter was given by Cheryl Evans, owner of The Black Sheep Wool Shop in Windsor. She displayed all of her beautiful wool crafts and kits available at her store, spoke to us about the wool craft market and history, and gave us a tutorial on how to make adorable wool scissor pouches. Thank you Cheryl.