Help Heal with Enchanted Makeovers & Baby Lock

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Enchanted Makeovers is a non-profit organization dedicated to changing the lives of women and children living in shelters. The organization to teaming up with Baby Lock to add sewing rooms to five shelters during the 2014 Sewing Room Tour. The tour starts in June and lasts until October.

Locations of Sewing Room Tour

Terry Grahl, founder and CEO of Enchanted Makeovers said The Sacred Sewing Room program was inspired by her mother’s battle with depression.

“I really understood the power of creativity and sewing when my mother said to me, ‘A sewing machine saved my life.’ I knew I had to share the power of sewing with women living in the shelters we are transforming,” she said.

Enchanted Makeovers has successfully added sewing rooms to two women’s shelters and is excited to team up with Baby Lock to add more.

The Sewing Room Tour is supported by many companies including Meredith Corporation, McCall’s Patterns, and F+W Media. However, Grahl says, “It takes a village.” Enchanted Makeovers is looking for more sponsors and monetary donations. Because they are a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization, all monetary donations are tax deductible.

To find out more information, visit the Sacred Sewing Room website.

Happy Quilting!

Fons & Porter Rachel


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One thought on “Help Heal with Enchanted Makeovers & Baby Lock

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    I would be available to teach anything from, basic sewing to wedding dresses, to quilting, longarming, bridal alteration, tailoring to upcycling. I could also train someone if you wish. If there is anything I can do for you, I will help. I am presently attending and a part of a church called, Metro City Church in Taylor. Phone: 734-654-6044 and 734-578-4746. My husband is a Contractor – that is doing the rebuild on Metro’s second building.