Sewing Greek Fraternity Letters

by Alex Meves

Alex is a member of Alpha Phi Omega, a co-ed service fraternity on American University's campus that devotes themselves to helping others.  When a friend asked if he knew anyone who could sew their letters, he took the opportunity to learn the sewing machine in the space.  After a lot of practice with much less important fabric, he was confident in his abilities to sew the letters.  It was a long and arduous process, taking about 4 hours for both shirts!  But it was worth going slowly since it was something he only had one chance at. 

Grey Shirt Alpha Sewn On
Sewing Action Shot
Close Up of White Shirt Stitching
Full Grey Shirt
Close Up of Machine Working
Both Full Shirts

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