Students empowered by sewing lessons

12/4/2008 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Sewing classes at a Boston-area shop have drawn about 8,000 students since it opened 13 years ago in Needham, and teacher Laurén Johnston has already opened a second Sew Easy branch in West Roxbury. Students choose from among 300 projects, and select everything from the pattern to the fabric -- a process that Johnston says "empowers" her students.

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