New members can join a local chapter or become a Member at Large. Local chapters host meetings, social events, fashion shows, online meetings, and more and often host … Join now
ASG is made up of Chapters, Neighborhood Groups, and Members at Large. We offer something for every level of sewing experience both in-person and virtual meetings, classes and events on a local and national level.
Local meetings, video library, weekly Notions email, new weekly articles, shopping discounts, online classes, University of Fashion discount, annual conference, and sew much more!
We offer numerous opportunities to expand your sewing education, from seminars at the annual conference to live online classes, videos on demand, and local events.
Local ASG chapters offer regular meetings, host social events, offer educational classes and workshop. Many also perform sewing related service projects for their community.
ASG sponsors an in-person and a virtual conference. Both feature classes and vendors, while the annual conference also includes workshops, social events, tours, and more.
ASG is made up of Chapters, Neighborhood Groups and Members at Large. Benefits to members include: Unlimited access to a library of over 150 online sewing classes … See the benefits
We have chapters across the country. Search here for a chapter near you. If you don't find one, consider starting a chapter in your area. Not interested in being part of … Find a chapter
Our annual Conference gives sewing enthusiasts a place to celebrate all things sewing, quilting and embroidery. Members can attend our online conference, as well as our … Learn more
This is article 1 of a multi-part series focusing on three categories of fabric – fabric made from plants, from animals, and from minerals. This month – plants! Did you know that the overall global textile industry is valued at nearly one trillion dollars? The plant-sourced portion of this market grows about 7% annually and […]
As you read pattern instructions there may be some unfamiliar terms or worse yet, things that sound similar and you’re not sure what’s what. Let’s take a look at some often-confused terminology and set it straight for your next project. Interfacing/Stabilizer Interfacing (woven, non-woven or knitted) is used anywhere more firmness or body is needed […]
Linda Jensen from the ASG Lake County Chapter shares her experience making this great-fitting blouse from Silhouette Patterns. Q. Item Created A. Blouse Q. Independent Pattern Designer A. Silhouette Patterns Q. Name and Number of Pattern A. Alyce Blouse #621 Q. Fabric Used: A. Stretchy knit, but a wide variety of fabrics can be used […]