Sew Good Goods

Sew Good Goods is a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization based in Saint Paul dedicated to donating high quality, hand-crafted items of beauty and function. We offer programs that teach sewing skills, build confidence and a sense of accomplishment, and continue the tradition and art of sewing to beautify the world. Sew Good Goods embraces the notion that in creating and giving hand-crafted goods a unique human connection is made and shared.

Sew Good Goods exists because of the generous work of friends, family, and community volunteers. Make a difference and learn the many ways to support Sew Good Goods.

As a Volunteer

You can check out a project and assemble kits for others to sew,  sew on your own, or as part of a group event.  Sew Good Goods provides all the fabric, instructions, and other materials necessary (except for sewing machines!) to complete beautiful, handcrafted items. Once completed, Sew Good Goods donates all items to food shelves, shelters, transitional housing programs, orphanages, and other organizations working to improve the lives of others.  Please visit the website to learn more.

Sew Good Goods donates completed projects to organizations that partner with Plymouth.  In the past we have collaborated on:

  • 100 Hands projects
  • Facemasks, reusable bags, and baby bibs to the Groveland Food Shelf
  • Sewing program during Families Moving Forward
  • Pillowcases and other items to Lydia House
  • Children’s sock puppet toys for donation as part of the Mexico Border Trip