FAQS

When is Sew OK?

Sew OK will start on Thursday, July 27, 2017 and ends on Sunday, July 30, 2016. This means will we sew Thursday, Friday, and Saturday and pack up on Sunday (July 30) by 11 a.m.

How much is Sew OK?

Sew OK is $425, you are responsible for your travel, hotel, and food (unless Jemellia makes cookies).

Where do I pay for Sew OK?

https://sew-ok.com/register/

Will sewing machines be provided?

Yes, Bernina OKC will provide Bernina 350 PEs for ALL attendees to use.

We will have a serger to use, as well.

Are tickets refundable?

Sew OK tickets are non-refundable. If a situation arises and you can’t attend please contact us as soon as possible.

Where do I book my hotel?

We will be at the Skirvin Hilton, please, stay with us, Sew OK has contracted a block of rooms at a lower rate for its attendees! https://sew-ok.com/dates-location/

What are the dates that I should book a room?

Sew OK is July 27-30, 2017 you should check out of your room on July 30, 2017 unless you are planning to do some other fun things in Oklahoma City.

I’m flying! How do I get to the retreat from the airport?

Airport Express offers transportation service from the airport to the Skirvin, their phone number is 888-851-7835. Estimated cost is $24 one way.

I’m a beginner, can I come to this event?

YES! A confident beginner (can wind a bobbin, thread machine, and sew a seam) will enjoy the retreat. There is plenty of free sewing time to work on your projects at your current level. It is a wonderful chance to improve skills and learn new ones!

I like participating in swaps, will there be any at Sew OK?

There sure will be swaps, contact us if you have an idea for a swap that you would like to lead.

What do I need to bring to the event?

This is a long one, we will update it later with details. For now, plan on bringing your own projects and fabric to sew and any fun things that you like to have while you sew/retreat.

Where should I eat while attending Sew OK?

There are a lot of good places to go midtown & downtown, here’s a few links to get you started:

http://www.vastokc.com

http://www.visitokc.com/about-okc/okc-districts/midtown/

http://www.visitokc.com/things-to-do/

http://www.bricktownokc.com

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/10/11/things-to-do-in-oklahoma-city_n_4078629.html

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