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Sewing Summit Recap

October 16, 2012 in News

It’s hard to believe that another Sewing Summit has been wrapped up, and even though the event is over, the memories are alive and well. From metal frame pouches and foundation paper piecing to color theory and open sewing time, Sewing Summit 2012 was a success in many ways.

Over 200 attendees expanded their sewing, quilting and serging techniques, made new friends, and caught an inside look into fabric design, photography, and so much more. I was already familiar with many of the women, and men!, in attendance at the event via their blogs, so it was awesome to meet them in person and see their talent first hand.

And, let me tell you, the talent that was represented at Sewing Summit was through the roof. There were so many AMAZING handmade bags and clothes that I felt like a bit of a stalker because I was taking so many pictures!

I would love to be able to post ALL of the pictures on Totally Stitchin’, but there are just too many so check them out here. See yourself or something you made in one of the pics? Please feel free tag yourself and share with your friends!

Once again, everyone at Baby Lock was so proud and happy to be a part of the Sewing Summit, and we can’t thank the event organizers enough for having us as the official machine sponsor.

Don’t forget, Sewing Summit attendees!

Our “Baby Lock at Sewing Summit” Pinterest contest is going on for a chance to win a Grace sewing machine and Madeira Thread Giftbox.

PS: did you miss any of the pictures required to enter the contest? Check out our Baby Lock at Sewing Summit Pinterest board and grab what you need!

1 response to Sewing Summit Recap

  1. It was great to connect at the summit! And even more amazing that you had so many machines for all to use at the event. Thank you for sponsoring The Sewing Summit.