Sewing Machine Project


By Elizabeth Delaquess | January 10, 2014

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In recent years, sewing has reemerged as a popular hobby thanks to the DIY movement.

One Wisconsin woman has turned her love of sewing into a mission to distribute sewing machines to communities in distress from natural disasters or poverty. She believes that sewing can heal.

 

Learn more about the Sewing Machine Project.

Elizabeth Delaquess

Elizabeth Delaquess is a podcast specialist at First Unitarian Society, a radio tech at Wisconsin Public Radio, and a volunteer features producer for a show called “Third World View” on WORT.
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