WESTFIELD, NJ — Urban SEWciety, a fabric shop and sewing studio, celebrated its move from a second-floor shop on Elm Street to a larger storefront at 307 South Ave. West Saturday with grand re-opening party. Attending the ribbon-cutting ceremony were Mayor Andy Skibitsky, representatives from the Downtown Westfield Corporation and members of the Greater Westfield Area Chamber of Commerce.
“We welcome everybody,” said Megan Whitney, who owns Urban SEWciety with partner Megan Sawyer. “We have a lot of classes for kids and adults.”
The studio currently has about 50 students enrolled in ongoing six-week classes. It also offers private classes and events such as workshops, camps and “sip and stitch” nights.
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