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Posted on: 11/8/02 1:52 PM
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This was my first sewing expo experience. This expo happened early this year (march 2002) in Worcester, MA.

This is what I liked about it
1. It was in my area!!! which is so rare. There are hardly any sewing expos in new england.
2. There were numerous sewing classes to choose from and all of them seemed very informative and useful. I took two sewing classes, one with Peggy Sagers and the other one with Kathy Ruddy (of unique patterns). Both instructors were excellent but I especially liked Peggy's way of teaching. She is very cool!
3. The expo and the classes are very affordable. They also have this bring a friend option in which if you refer a friend to the expo and they buy tickets, you and your friend get a class free. That's how Ann and I got two more classes :).
4. The expo hall was not huge but ok for a first timer. I got some good deals there.

I am already looking forward to the expo in 2003!

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GorgeousFabrics said... (6/27/06 8:00 PM) Reply
Nancenwalt, if you look the review is also almost 4 years old. You might want to see if there are more recent ones. -Ann
Nancenwalt said... (6/27/06 7:11 PM) Reply
The review is too short and does not give enough information. There's not enough detail.
Cathy Heffner said... (11/14/02 0:01 AM) Reply
They started coming to Atlanta about 5 years ago, when it was the Sewing & Craft Expo, and I LOVED IT! I had just gotten back into sewing, and the independent pattern companies, the fabric, the fashion shows, the quality of the classes, the free presentations, and just all the women there who loved what I loved. I learned about ASG there and joined, which has been a huge help to me too. Now I work it as a volunteer--this year I assisted Nancy Shriber, Louise Cutting, Mary Ellen Flury, Mac Berg, and Cynthia Guffey, learned a ton of stuff, and actually got to handle their garments! (The ASG chapter and local guilds help with volunteers for the event.) Got my first exposure to Diane Ericson, Marcy Tilton, Karen Morris, Mary Ray, Margaret Islander, and others in the years I've gone--and I've met women from as far away as Chattanooga, TN, Birmingham, AL, North Carolina and South Carolina. It's my little "sewing vacation" too--I go from my home in south metro Atlanta to northeast metro Atlanta and just stay. I'll definitely be there again next year!
Maria Hatfield said... (11/8/02 3:17 PM) Reply
now why cant they have these kinds of expo's in my neck of the woods ? i would love it ! and break my neck trying to get there. lucky you.
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