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Episode 21

The Ways We Share

In this episode, we’ll hear stories about how we share our craft with our loved ones. We asked you about a time that you sewed for someone else.

In this episode, we’ll hear stories about how we share our craft with our loved ones. We asked you about a time that you sewed for someone else. Did it go as planned? Did they love it? How did they react?

Don’t forget to share your stories with us! Next month (November 2020), we’re looking for stories about how sewing is passed on through the generations. You can share your story at [http://www.seamwork.com/go/answer](http://www.seamwork.com/go/answer).

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