STITCH (Sewing Together in the Caring Highlands)
For the past several years, Janet Raderer has co-directed STITCH, Sewing Together in The Caring Highlands, which is a ministry of Highland Presbyterian Church in collaboration with Kentucky refugee Ministries. They teach refugee women to sew and they are able to use their new skills to make items to sell, even sewing from home during the pandemic. STITCH is located in the Pleune-Mobley Center at 969 Cherokee Road on the northeast corner of Cherokee Road and Highland Avenue.
The students of STITCH sell their sewn and knitted items at various times. One hundred percent of the sales goes directly to the women who create the items. They have an amazing selection of handcrafted items: hats, tote bags, purses, baby items, scarves, aprons, microwave bowl potholders, pillow, table runners and Christmas articles. For more information on STITCH visit their Website at www.hpclouisville.org/stitch.
Donations of fabric, sewing notions and sewing machines are accepted.
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