Who Are All These People??

by Ramona on September 14, 2012


A few attendees at ASG Conference 2012, in the “Hang Out” area

 

ASG members, do you really know your fellow members? You may know the sewers you meet at Neighborhood Group meetings, Chapter events and once a year at Conference, but who are some of the other members in other states? Really, who are they and what do they do besides indulge in the same passion for sewing as you do?

Here’s an unscientifically-gathered list is for you.  Among the sewing enthusiasts who inhabit the ASG world, there are (in alphabetical order):

Aerospace industry executive
Bloggers
Business owners
CPAs
FIT (Fashion Institute of Technology, NY) graduates : two that we know of, one being in her final year
Flight attendants
Lawyers
Medical professionals

Military Personnel

Mystery writers
Pattern Designers (Big 4)
Pattern Designers (Independent)
Professional seamstresses
Project Runway alum (season 6) !!!
School teachers
Sewing book authors
Sewing Industry executives
Sewing magazine editors
Sewing teachers
Social Media consultants
Stay-at-Home moms
Theatrical costume designers

 

Readers, you are reading this blog because you’re interested in sewing; we’d love to know what you do in the rest of your life. Have we missed your profession? We’d love to know how sewing fits into your life; please post your comment below!

Samina, American Sewing Guild

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{ 8 comments }

Rhonda Halcomb September 14, 2012 at 3:47 pm

Chief Financial Officer, Not-For-Profit organization

anna heh September 14, 2012 at 4:07 pm

IBCLC, International Board Certified Lactation Consultant

Patsy Sweetra September 14, 2012 at 4:40 pm

Retired from 32 year career with Dept. of Navy, Systems Analyst

Carol Carey-Odekirk September 14, 2012 at 7:58 pm

Public Affairs Communicator, insurance company

Dorothy Arnold September 22, 2012 at 12:27 pm

Purveyor of Antique & Vintage Lace

Mary Anderson September 28, 2012 at 8:33 pm

For most of my life I was a stay at home mom and substitute school teacher. Decided what I really loved was sewing, so now I run a custom sewing/embroidery/alterations business out of my home. Love it.

Laurie Wilkey October 2, 2012 at 3:08 am

Went to fashion design school many, many years ago. Hated the business world, so I joined the Navy. After 22 years, I retired as a senior chief. Now I work in education as a software tech support analyst. Haven’t stopped sewing since I started at age 13.

Kerry McNutt October 4, 2012 at 1:26 am

Corporate sales trainer for a national food company.

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