pillow sham pattern BERNINA Spotlight- Donna Tegan decorative pillow shams

 pillow sham pattern     |      2020-03-05 07:05

I met Helen Vigansky at the December 830 LE VIP event in Chicago, and she told me about a sewing friend she thought we’;d like to know about. I’;m so glad she did! Here’;s what she has to say about her friend, Donna Tegan. (My newest role model!)

Donna is 86 years old and has been an avid BERNINA sewer for manypillow sham pattern, many years. She currently owns an 830 LE and carries it in and out of workshops herself. She still teaches sewing and quilting at Fox Valley Technical College at both their Oshkosh and Neenah, Wisconsin campuses. She runs special?three-day workshops several times a year using the BERNINA 830 and has about fifteen ladies in that group. She was a recycler or repurposer of fabrics and materials way before it became popular.

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Donna is full of life. She not only raised ten children of her own, but raised fifty (!) foster children as well. Once you meet Donna, you are a friend for life.

Thank you, Helen, for introducing us to Donna! I want to still be sewing and teaching when I’;m in my 80’;s. too! My grandmother is still sewing at 92, so I’;m genetically predisposed to do so, right? Jo

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