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Re: Looking Forward to the Move: Part One
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Girl Scout Troop 72687 stopped by yesterday for a tour and sewing lesson. I really love it when these groups come in, because I get to introduce my love of stitching to a wide range of kiddos. Some have sewn before, and some haven't. Some think they can't do, then are quite surprised when they do quite well. Some think they won't like it, then love it. Some come in thinking they know everything about stitching, but still learn something new. It's really fun to work with these troops.
This troop is donating their squares to the Concord Piecemakers Guild to be made into a quilt for someone in need. The girls loved this idea, and I was proud of them for sticking with this plan when they inevitably fell in love with their blocks. Didn't they do beautiful work?
If you are interested in having your Girl Scout Troop come in for a tour and stitching class, give the shop a call. We'd love to have them!
Last Thursday, we had a Girl Scout troop from Stow in to take a tour and get a stitching lesson to earn their sewing badge. Jane showed them around the shop, and I worked with them--teaching them a running stitch on wool felt. Look at their beautiful work! Thanks for coming in, girls!
If you would like to bring your Girl Scout troop in for a badge tour and stitching lesson, contact the shop.