Find your sewing buddies online: Be a part of a community

It can be difficult to find and connect with other sewists in real life. However, isn’t it just awesome to find someone who understands the effort you must’ve put to make that lovely dress or quilt? Or sharing your experience of a bad sewing day with frequent visits from the seam ripper?

Finding such communities/local groups can be a task - so we have something perfect for you - our new Facebook group which is especially for sewists!

Now share your projects, sewing knowledge, tips, ideas with fellow like minded sewists from around the world!


Here’s all you can do on our Facebook group, which by the way, is growing by the day!

Share your sewing stories (and learn about others’!)

Share your beautiful creations!

Keep everyone updated about your projects!

Discuss the everyday “struggles” :D

Grow your sewing knowledge!

Join now and enjoy sewing even more with your own community!

Join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/599721167051398/

Feel free to email us at ritika@madamsew.com if you have any suggestions/feedback regarding the group!

6 comments

  • I started sewing at age 8 on my great-grandmother’s Singer treadle. I am still sewing 59 years later and the Singer treadle in it’s original oak and cast iron cabinet is in my living room. It still works and connects me to the women in my family who came before me.

    Sue
  • Hi everyone. I started sewing very young also. used to watch my mum and finaly she let me have a go. I remember it was a Singer treadle after sewing lots of straght lines I learned to make a half apron… just loved it.and on I went from there.Stil love sewing so much now I am retired I finaly have heaps of time to sew.
    just bought the sewing foot set and think the stitch in the ditch foot is fantastic.

    Elwyn
  • I have bought bobbin holders,bobbin clamps,and spool huggers and they arrived a couple of days ago, I love them. no more messy threads!
    Thank you.

    Christine Zacharda
  • I find it hard to not buy trimming and buttons.

    Christine Zacharda
  • Been sewing since I was 10 as my mother sewed along with my grandma. Also belonged to 4H sewing. Been quilting since 2001 and sew almost every day on quilting projects. Moved to Arizona last year and belong to 3 quilting groups down here.

    Leann Williams

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6 comments

  • I started sewing at age 8 on my great-grandmother’s Singer treadle. I am still sewing 59 years later and the Singer treadle in it’s original oak and cast iron cabinet is in my living room. It still works and connects me to the women in my family who came before me.

    Sue
  • Hi everyone. I started sewing very young also. used to watch my mum and finaly she let me have a go. I remember it was a Singer treadle after sewing lots of straght lines I learned to make a half apron… just loved it.and on I went from there.Stil love sewing so much now I am retired I finaly have heaps of time to sew.
    just bought the sewing foot set and think the stitch in the ditch foot is fantastic.

    Elwyn
  • I have bought bobbin holders,bobbin clamps,and spool huggers and they arrived a couple of days ago, I love them. no more messy threads!
    Thank you.

    Christine Zacharda
  • I find it hard to not buy trimming and buttons.

    Christine Zacharda
  • Been sewing since I was 10 as my mother sewed along with my grandma. Also belonged to 4H sewing. Been quilting since 2001 and sew almost every day on quilting projects. Moved to Arizona last year and belong to 3 quilting groups down here.

    Leann Williams
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