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The Association of Sewing & Design Professionals is the Trade association for people that sew professionally. Our members are involved in professional sewing in a variety of garment sewing specialties beyond what is usually thought of as seamstress, dressmaker, or tailoring work: including custom clothing, formal and bridal wear, design, pattern making, tailoring and alterations and more
#GivingTuesday is November 28th
During this week of Giving Thanks, consider how thankful you are for your knowledge of the sewing arts, the teachers and mentors who guided you along the way and the Association that supports you in your professional endeavors. #GivingTuesday, November 28, is a day to generously contribute to causes that are near and dear to your heart. ASDP encourages you to give as you are able to a sewing non-profit of your choice to help others learn, grow and thrive through sewing endeavors.
Consider a gift to the ASDP Charitable Foundation to honor your profession, your teachers, your future! Visit Razoo to make a credit card donation. Send donations by check to Tina Colombo, Treasurer at 708 Vista Drive, Savoy, IL 61874, made out to ASDP Charitable Foundation.
Thanks for your generous support.
We have such talented members.
Occasionally someone shines - in the blog area Rhonda's Creative Life is a fun and enjoyable blog.
Rhonda Buss is a member out of the Chicago area.
Here is her blog on the ASDP 2017 Conference.
Introducing Juliette Howland and her blog SewSewNerdy
Juliette lives in Austin, TX. She is a Software Techie and a seamstress.
This blog talks about the 2010 Threads Challenge.
So our first blog post is from Juliette Howland.
Juliette lives in Austin, Texas - and she calls herself Nerdy-girl. Her blog is called SewSewNerdy. She wrote this post about the 2014 Threads Challenge:
Hello Members and Friends,
Slowly but surely we are entering the world of social media! If you have a Facebook account I hope you are following us there. And with your help we are now going to be posting regular blogs.
As writing is a challenging sport for me, I'm going to turn the blogs over to our members.
Each blog will be written and edited by volunteer members and occasionally by guests.
I'm very excited to start these off with a couple of blogs about the Threads Challenge.
I didn't have time to enter this year but next year I will be on it! And I'll make sure the 2018 Challenge gets posted here as soon as we know the details.
Don't forget the conference is less than 2 months away - I can't wait to see all of you.
If you want to write a blog post it's soooo simple: write the blog in Word, and please attach it in an email or just paste it into the email and email me at email@example.com
Margaret FetteVP of CommunicationsAssociation of Sewing and Design Professionalscommunications@sewingprofessionals.org
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