Like many Sun City West clubs, Rip ’N’ Sew has two display windows visible to those outside.
The window by the club’s entry door currently features handwork and heirloom sewing. The items shown belong to club members who loaned them for the window display. Among the items in the window are examples of smocking, tatting, crocheting, candlewicking, crewelwork, hand appliqué and chicken scratch embroidery.
The back window by the classroom showcases items made by Rip ’N’ Sew members. Many of these items or similar ones can be purchased at del Sol Arts & Crafts Gallery, 13823 W. Camino del Sol.
Both window displays will be in place throughout October.
Names used to explain what is in a photograph are those of Rip ’N’ Sew members.
Visit ripsew.scwclubs.com/about-location for information about the club and a video tour of the clubroom.