sewing circle

sewing circle

n.
A group of people, especially women, who meet regularly for the purpose of sewing, often for charitable causes.
References in classic literature ?
She was a notable housewife; her work was always done and well done; she "ran" the Sewing Circle, helped run the Sunday-school, and was the strongest prop of the Church Aid Society and Foreign Missions Auxiliary.
Color photos, patterns, materials lists, and especially tips on interacting within a sewing circle or group setting make this a winning project guide for sewers who would work with others in creating a finished product.
No one should consider signing up for a 10k run if they have arthritis, or joining a sewing circle if they don't like to sew.
More dresses provided by Dress a Girl Around the World and the Barford Sewing Circle brings the total to more than 230.
laughs Marie Watt, sitting in a sunny outdoor patio at the Classic Hotel in Nicosia, just an hour or so before she's due at the J William Fulbright Center to lead a sewing circle (
The lesbian sewing circle saves the gay man's treasured, injured past, and the community is present, finally, in real time.
The Westboro sewing circle was one of thousands of such groups in northern states, called to action in 1861 by the United States Sanitary Commission, an agency created by federal legislation at the start of the war, to promote sanitary conditions in army camps and hospitals.
We would also like to hear from anyone who knew the Caryl Gardens sewing circle she attended in the 1940s.
The Golden Needle Ladies' Sewing Circle was dedicated to one of the pastimes that was actually permitted by the Taliban regime.
THE Sewing Circle at Park End in Middlesbrough will be selling handmade goods at the Park End Christmas Fete on Saturday from noon to 3pm at the Community Centre on Overdale Road.
His misguided attempts to help the furry forest creatures bring him into conflict with the king, a puppet so debauched that he makes a Premiership footballers' Christmas party seem like a sewing circle.
com member since 2004, comments, "I think in many ways, PR is the cyberspace equivalent of the old-fashioned sewing circle -- women coming together to sew and to share, to chat and to commiserate, and to plan and to practice.