Community Sewing Days

June 6 - June 18


Sewers of all skill levels welcome!
Any volunteers with sewing machines are welcome and encouraged to bring them.

Thurs, Jun 6: 2-6pm
Mon, Jun 10: 12-6pm

Tues, Jun 11: 12-6pm
Wed, Jun 12: 2-8pm

Thurs, Jun 13: 12-6pm*
Fri, Jun 14: 12-6pm

* Please note the times for this sewing day have changed from 2-8pm to 12-6pm.

Please visit to sign up!

We will need experienced sewers to complete the installation from June 15 to 18. Please contact if you are interested in participating in the final phase of the project.

We are still looking for fabric donations with bright, fluorescent, saturated colors and patterns, in non-stretchy, opaque materials like cotton, rayon and velvet. Donations should be at least 1ft squares. No clothing or bedsheets. Please make all donations by May 29.


Arlington Mill Community & Senior Center
909 S Dinwiddie St, Arlington, VA 22204

Lobby of the Ellen M. Bozman Government Center
2100 Clarendon Blvd., Arlington, VA 22201

Columbia Pike Branch Library
816 South Walter Reed Drive, Arlington, VA 22204

Arlington Arts Center
3550 Wilson Blvd, Arlington VA 22201

This project is funded in part by the Arlington Cultural Affairs division of Arlington Economic Development and the Arlington Commission for the Arts.

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