I Survived Carriage Corner Sew Camp

First CarriageCornerSewCamp – Day 1

a medley of the breakfasts served during carriage corner sew camp
Sample of some of the breakfasts provided to the sewists attending CarriageCornerSewCamp

Whew!  That’s a mouthful!  I’m happy to say that I survived the first ever Carriage Corner Sew Camp.  I am so very thankful for the time that I had to sew, the conversations, the laughter and the new friendships that are developing as a result of Carriage Corner Sew Camp {#CarriageCornerSewCamp on instagram}.

Carolyn and Shenetha came to sew camp on Thursday and stayed until Monday.  We discount your stay on the day before and after so why not take advantage and get some more sewing time in?  Friday morning, everyone was treated to a typical Carriage Corner breakfast while the ‘campers’ who arrived late Friday morning were introduced to Carolyn and Shenetha and offered coffee & coffee cake.

Carriage Corner Sew Camp attendees buying fabric at FabricMart

Mr. Carriage Corner played porter and unloaded sewing machines and projects and carried them into the sewing space while we went to FabricMart.  We arrived right around 11:30 or so and we were given the grand tour of FabricMart. I was surprised how big it is!  If you haven’t been there, you should go.  They have patterns and notions too!

As usual, after getting home – I had loads of fabric envy and wished that I had shared fabric with everyone.  At the top is a link to the Carriage Corner Sew Camp hashtag on Instagram – check it out for all the sew camp fun.

SewCamp Day 2

It was an absolutely blessing that Carolyn was here.   Saturday started with a serger lesson; a lot of  seam ripping; fitting help; pattern alterations; cutting; sewing; talking and laughing.

Saturday evening we all went out for dinner as a group.  After dinner, everyone was excited to get back into their projects and sewed until late in the evening.

SewCamp Day 3

Sunday morning B was up early, she grabbed a cup of tea and went to sew before breakfast was ready. My goal with hosting Carriage Corner Sew Camp is to help create community; build friendships and connections.  Each of the ladies who attended our first Sew Camp are now on instagram, they are all private so request to follow them.