Member Profile - Pam G

We get to know Pam a bit better - she's the new ASG Regional Officer for Brisbane North!

I'm wearing Butterick 4745, which was simple to make and I find it easy to wear and flattering.

Why do you sew? My mother taught me to sew when I was young. I've kept it up because I enjoy it - it's my main creative outlet. I also appreciate being able to have more clothes that fit and flatter me than I could find or afford in the shops.

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Growing up around beautiful creative women I was taught to sew by my Grandmother and my lovely Mum. I am happiest when surrounded by beautiful fabrics and shiny trinkets. An obsession for bags, purses, wallets, satchels, and all the shiny trinkets you can put with them lead to Handbag Hardware Australia/Oz being created.

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Lisa from Potters Textiles giving Pauline Patman (Western Suburbs Western Australia) a very generous gift voucher for the Connie Crawford seminar

Potters Textiles are a new Industry Partner

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Sue’s Sewing World, Rostrevor SA

Sue has been an ASG Industry Partner for many years, in fact one of our first.  Richard and Sue Van Riet are the owners and work together in the business.

Richard is a trained technician for sewing machine repairs and servicing and Sue, along with her local team, provides a comprehensive range of sewing, quilting, haberdashery and friendly service.

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Featured Member - Alison C

Alison blogs at Sewing with Cats

Which pattern have you made the most times?

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Member Profile - Jinty

What’s the best thing about being an ASG member?

What could be better than spending the day or weekend with like-minded people who understand why you sew and sympathise with you when you’ve had to unpick that seam again!!

Do you sew with a plan or just let inspiration strike?

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Member Profile - Mandy B

What's the best thing about being an ASG member?

I am a novice at sewing so I was thrilled when I learnt there was a sewing group in my local area that I could attend. As a recent member, so far the best thing is getting out of the house and having at least one day a month where I can concentrate on sewing.

Why do you sew? 

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About the ASG

The Australian Sewing Guild Inc. is a national not-for-profit organisation for people who regard sewing as a creative and rewarding activity. Sharing the benefits and joys of sewing is almost as much fun as sewing itself. The ASG provides the latest sewing information and a friendly support network for all level of sewers, from beginners to advanced.

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