Sign Up for SACHA’s Multicultural Women’s Sewing Circle


Fall2015_sewing_circleSACHA’s Multicultural Women’s Sewing Circle is a free group where women learn sewing skills together as well as get more information about services in Hamilton.

Our next sewing circle starts on Monday, October 19th and runs from 10am to 1pm every Monday and Wednesday.

Folks should consider joining the group if they are interested in:

  • learning how to creatively sew
  • learning how to make your own designs
  • meeting and connecting with other immigrant and newcomer women in Hamilton

To sign up for the group call SACHA and speak to Nadia, Sayor, or Maria – 905.525.4573. Register soon as space is limited!

Materials provided and free child minding for children under school age.

Check out this post for more pictures from last sewing circle.


Have You Heard? No. 11


Have You Heard 11Have You Heard?

SACHA’s Multicultural Women’s Sewing Circle and Women Helping Women groups help diverse women break isolation and form community connections.

Are You In?

Support SACHA’s work by becoming a monthly donor.


Every day in April we will be posting information about SACHA services and sexual violence as well as ways that folks can support SACHA.

We’re calling on you to take action!  There’s lots of ways for your to spread the word and to support SACHA:

1. Support SACHA’s work! Become a SACHA monthly donor.
2. Share the campaign with friends!
3. Let folks know that you support SACHA using the #HaveYouHeard hashtag.
4. Follow SACHA’s blog and Twitter or become friends with SACHA on Facebook.

Multicultural Sewing Circle Graduation



On Wednesday, we celebrated the women of SACHA’s Multicultural Women’s Sewing Circle with a graduation ceremony and potluck.

Above are some examples of some of the projects that they worked on together.  Many women came to the circle having never touched a sewing machine before and learned skills patiently together.

Thank you to all of the women who participated, made connections, took chances, and shared their culture with other women in the group.

Thank you to the groups facilitators Myriam and Selma for sharing their skills in both group facilitation and sewing.