Crazy Girl Yarn Shop is having a Community Sew In during Memorial Day weekend in Baltimore.

For the past two years, we have held our Sew-Ins virtually. Well, now we are back out and meeting our fellow Crazy Girl members.

We will hold it at Baltimore House Painters, which has a large facility along with plenty of outdoor space.

If you can’t make the Crazy Girl Yarn Shop See-in but one to hold one of your own here are some tips on how to do it:

Naming your group sew in can be a fun and effective way to get everyone involved in the process. Here are a few tips on how to do it:

1. Choose a name that reflects the overall aesthetic of the project. If you’re making a quilt, for example, consider naming it after the finished product (e.g. “Quilt-a-thon”).

2. Keep it short and sweet. You don’t want your group’s name to be so long that it becomes a mouthful to say or type out.

3. Use your imagination! There are no rules when it comes to naming your group sew in, so have fun with it.

4. Get everyone’s input. Ask your group members for their ideas on what the sew in should be called. This will help ensure that everyone is on board with the final name.

5. Test it out. Once you’ve settled on a name, make sure to test it out beforehand to see how it looks and sounds. You don’t want to end up with a name that’s hard to read or pronounce.

With these tips in mind, naming your group sew in will be a breeze! So get creative and have fun with it.