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Club Pictures through the years...

Pictures of Club Activities

Rip ‘N’ Sew has a variety of activities, classes and groups appealing to many interests.  The calendar shows upcoming classes being taught by fellow members.  Charity work is the purpose of “Sewing for Kids”, “Quilters for the Needy”, Sew-in for Preemies and Comfort Caps, as well as the enjoyment of friends with a common interest getting together.  

Pictures from past classes.

2017 Spring Craft Fair

The 2017 Spring Craft Fair was a success thanks to all the hard work of volunteers!




2017 Spring Luncheon

Look at all the smiles and goodies shared at the 2017 Spring Luncheon!

Sew-In Days

Sew-Ins are announced now and then for members to gather in the club room for sewing with a common goal.


This Sew-In was August 27th, when around 25 women came to help the Woodshop with their annual project to provide toys for needy children in the area.  Girls receive adorable doll beds and the boys get toy trucks and cars.  We did our part in providing 100 little pillows, blankets, and bottom bedding for the doll cradles.  It was a fun day, so thanks to all who came and helped.

Led by Sheri Munday, several Rip ‘n’ Sew members volunteered to work at sewing, cutting, stuffing to make 49 finished dog beds by the end of the 3 hour session and another 62 dog beds sewn and ready to be filled with the stuffing. The dog beds were given to service animals and “working dogs” in the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office.

Quilts for Veterans

Pictured here are some of those involved in the many quilts prepared for our country’s veterans.

Christmas Luncheon 2014

A Christmas Luncheon with a snowman theme was enjoyed by members at Briarwood Country Club.  
Enjoy a slide show highlighting many of the decorations and members.

2012 Fall Craft Fair

All the members pulled together for a successful Fall Craft Fair

Quilt Blocks

Quilt Blocks are embroidered by members which become part of quilts completed by the quilting group.

January blocks were patriotic blocks to become quilts for the Veterans