Indygo Junction is supporting the Sacred Sewing Room Program in a number of ways. The company’s founder, Amy Barickman, has helped spread the word to sewing industry leaders and fabric companies. Based in Kansas City, Amy played a central role in securing volunteers and teachers for the sewing room at the Hope House. She worked with another local company, Colonial Patterns, to secure storage and transportation of donations to the Hope House. Colonial Patterns has donated some of their products to the Hope House, too. Amy is also a member of Enchanted Makeovers’ Board.
Previously, Amy worked with Terry on the Detroit Rescue Mission project as well as Recipes of Hope in Kansas City. In addition to helping with the Hope House makeover, Amy has developed the Sacred Sewing Series line of patterns to be used as a teaching tool in the shelter sewing rooms. The patterns are also being offered for free on her websites, AmyBarickman.com and IndygoJunction.com, in hopes to spread awareness of Enchanted Makeovers.
Indygo Junction is a leader in the fashion sewing, needlework and craft design industry. The company produces modern patterns, books and tutorials for sewers of all skill levels. Through her blogs, websites and e-newsletters, Amy inspires crafters to explore their own creative spirit and experiment with the newest sewing, fabric and crafting techniques. To keep up to date with Amy, visit IndygoJunction.com and AmyBarickman.com.