New York city is one of the world’s fashion and style capitals, however the sewing community is dispersed and broad, and not many people know where to get hands on help , or ask questions to a real life person. Does anyone else feel like that?
The internet and webpages (specially burdastyledotcom) are very helpful in finding answers , but what about anyone wanting to learn more without the hassle of scrolling through pages , or even paying top dollar for simple sewing advice. Are there any BSC in the NYC area? If not , would anyone be interested in starting one? I’m passionate about fashion, and i love creating things that i (and others) can possibly wear. Perhaps i am not the only one that shares the same passion, maybe you do too! The club can have meetings and talk or share project ideas, perhaps even start something anew. If you are interested , the easiest way to reach me is Twitter :Bronzekid91 , send me a tweet if this sounds like a good idea :)
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