Slave Rebellion Reenactment: SEWING WITH MACHINES for beginners

Saturday, December 1, 2018 at 12-4 PM @ PAPER MACHINE

Learn to sew in this free workshop on how to use a sewing machine. It is open to all beginner sewers, seamstresses, and tailors, who want to help produce costumes that will dress an army of 500 reenacting the 1811 uprising next November 2019.

Open to adult beginner sewers. Register here!

RSVP by contacting Raven Crane, Slave Rebellion Reenactment Project Coordinator. You can learn more by visiting

DROP OFF @Antenna ANY WEDNESDAY from 12-5pm. 

The Costume team is in need of your unwanted clothing for us to repurpose for the SRR.

  • Men’s Clothing:  Suit jackets or blazers, preferably not polyester. White collared, long sleeve dress shirts, pants (zip front, button fly, or drawstring).
  • Women’s clothing:  knee to floor length skirts, open neck or round neck blouses.
    • Unless otherwise noted, the colors that would work best are neutral colors (browns and greys), white and primary colors….no black please.  No modern patterns…..solids, stripes, or plaids please.
    • Sizes Small to X large.
    • Natural fibers (cotton, linen, wool) are great, please no polyester or synthetic fibers

A tax deductible receipt is available for your donation. For more info, click here.