Meet Ceesews

Thursday 18 February 2021: Ceesews is back for Sewover50 podcast discussing everything she knows about sergers/overlockers. Ceesews wanted to record a second podcast especially as it’s Black History Month in the USA this month.

CeeSews shares her serger (overlocker) knowledge today for Sewover50

Make sure you listen to CeeSews closely because there is a lot of information you’ll use on your next projects.

Sergers was her topic of choice as she’s a serger expert and loves to pass on her practical sewing knowledge. Cee told us the industrial machine name of Merrow. Always read your serger manual.

Thursday 19 November 2020: Cee has always sewn and encouraged people in her community to sew. Cee is a wife, mom and grandmom. She also loves to sew and will tackle any project. She also loves to follow Sewover50. Serger is her true love. Cee teaches sewing and serging.

Meet Ceesews for Sewover50
Ceesews for Sewover50 in November 2020

Cee gives to her local community through leading a Neighbourhood Group in her city for the American Sewing Guild.
Her new adventure is learning to use the fun tools on the internet to continue spreading the love of all things sewing. Sewover50 tutorials are really helping Cee increase her online skills.

Cee’s ASG coat entry

Cee started using her mother’s sewing machine when her parents would go out grocery shopping. She wasn’t supposed to touch her mother’s sewing machine at all.

Meet Cee

As Cee was growing up, she was exposed to 4H and then really developed her sewing skills.

As Cee says, ‘By helping each other, we can build a stronger community’.

Black History Month podcast replays: Sewover50 will be replaying previous podcasts featuring Black sewing community sewists that keep the over50s sewists in our community visible. They give their time to sewists everyday and in so many ways in during Black History Month, we’ll replay these podcasts one more time. Carol Crocker-Ware, Carrie Cunningham, Cennetta Burwell and CeeSews.


2 comments

  1. Nice to meet you! I wasn;t allowed to touch my mother’s sewing machine either. But later I found out it was because my mother broke it and she didn’t want my dad to know!

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  2. It’s my pleasure coming in contact with sure a great article, thanks grandma n God bless you more.😂 I love Sewing and have being making progress as a beginner in the in industry looking forward in meeting people like you to stay encouraged, lots of love mom💞great job!

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