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Sew Crazy is the exclusive Husqvarna Viking dealer in Columbus, IN, offering a full line of sewing, embroidery and serger machines, along with sewing furniture, high quality cotton fabrics, books, patterns and sewing notions. New owner classes are provided with each machine purchase, and our service department is on hand to keep your machine operating in peak condition. No matter your sewing style or skill level, our store is always prepared to meet your creative needs with an impressive variety of products, educational classes, sewing machines and exceptional customer service!


Your Seasonal Fabric Headquarters!!

Our store is well stocked with plenty of fabric for all your holiday sewing!  Beach, patriotic, Halloween, Christmas, Snowmen / Winter and much more!!
New Books and Patterns have been arriving as well as more new fabrics!

Husqvarna Viking Educator, Alix Graham-Michel Presents

You and you're friends are invited to a fun, exciting, energizing sewing event with fabulous tools, tips and tricks. See a trunk show with spectacular projects featuring quilting, embroidery, heirloom and much more. Be amazed at the features of the NEW Husqvarna Viking DESIGNER EPIC and the NEW Premier + Ultra Software.  Alix has had her sewing projects featured in movies, magazines and charity events.  She is a licensed Martha Pullen instructor, a licensed instructor for Quilting from the Heartland, and certified in Fashion Design, Pattern making and clothing construction.  Simply stated "She's the BEST!!"
Don't Miss This Event!!

"A Passion for Sewing" Event
Tuesday, November 17th
$25, Includes Lunch
Held At
St. John's Masonic Lodge #20
4131 Rocky Ford Road
Columbus, IN 47203

Please Note:  Our Store at 3623 25th Street will be closed during this event.  We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

We Have A Winner!
 Jim and Beth Dugan
created this beautiful Row by Row Quilt and included our row.  This was Jim's first quilt project.  Congratulations on a job well done!!