While the era in which most people sewed their own vestments has long passed, sewing is a skill and an art that some find relaxing and worthwhile. A number of trade organizations promote this craft, and the Home Sewing Association is one of these groups that has been thoughtful enough to also create a website that contains helpful information about all aspects of this activity. The “Sewing Enthusiast” section is a good place to start, as it contains sewing projects such as a bug bonnet, a hooded towel, and a laundry bag. For those new to the craft, there is a set of sewing guidelines that cover such elementals as notions, hand stitches, and fabric. For those thinking about starting a sewing business, their in-house newsletter “HAS Connections” will be most efficacious.


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