Sewed or Sewn – in the English language, which way is the correct usage for sew. #sewed #sewn
Sewed or Sewn
“Sewed” and “sewn” are both correct as the past tense of “sew.” We use “sewed” as either the simple past tense or the past participle, which means it works in multiple forms. However, “sewn” only works as the past participle, and it requires an auxiliary verb before being correct.
Learn more at: grammarhow.com/sewed-or-sewn/
An auxiliary verb is a helping verb as it’s also called) is used with a main verb to help express the main verb’s tense, mood, or voice. (According to Grammar Monsters)
This is a list of the upcoming events that Steve Sews will be at. If you know of one in the East Tennessee area, let me know.
November 4, 2023 – 9 am to 4 pm – Fall Expo at Rutledge Elementary School – Rutledge, TN.
Meet the staff and/or equipment for Steve Sews.
- Brother Stitch (Current Sewing Machine)
- Forge (Circuit)
- Lovees (Stuffed Animals)
- Mendi (My Wife’s Sewing Machine)
- Rosie (Antique Sewing Machine)
- Steve (Steve himself)
- The Masked Bandit (Steve’s older Sewing Machine)
- Van the T-Rex (Helper)
- Zee (Face Mask Model)
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