The SEWING REBELLION began in the fall of 2006 @ Mess Hall, a community cultural center on the North Side of Chicago. It began as a monthly free sewing workshop and clothing exchange. In January 2007, it was decided that a rebellion couldn’t happen once a month. Weekly meetings on Sunday afternoons were established until May of 2007, when Frau Fiber became itinerant. The SEWING REBELLION as Mess Hall www.messhall.org, continues today.
SEWING REBELLION a history.
Frau Fiber’s intention is to bring the SEWING REBELLION to communities around the country, where she lay’s the ground work for an economy of STOP SHOPPING, START SEWING.