Esperanza Threads

Sustainable Fashion for Sustainable Jobs

Building Futures Through Education

Esperanza Threads…………………….                          is still Stitching the Future!…………….
Final Class of 2021


These four students are wearing blouses that they made in class.

We are grateful for our funders who have allowed us to provide these low income students a stipend that will permit them to stay in class while they learn the valuable skills that will help them get a job after they complete their training.

Esperanza Threads is still Stitching The Future.

Our current class ended March 10th. and our next class will begin on April 4th. 2022.

Candidates are low income and desiring to be trained in preparation for application to an industrial sewing manufacturer.

Anyone interested in applying for the next class should contact our

Executive Director Emily Tiell by email at: or call 216.961.9009 and leave a message expressing your interest in the next class along with your contact info.

Students in Sewing Jobs61%
Students in Jobs70%

Women happily working

Esperanza Threads is continuing the

Surplus Fabric Sale!

Lots of cotton quilting fabrics. Additional bolts of fabric will be sold by the yard.

All fabric pieces $1 – $3, $1 per yard on bolts

by appointment only

  • e-Mail to:
  • Make the subject line: Surplus Fabric Sale
  • Please leave your contact information, name & phone #, and a description of what you may be looking for in the way of fabric.
  • You will be contacted via email or phone to arrange an appointment.
Fabric Sale @ Esperanza Threads

Location: Esperanza Threads, 1370 W. 69th St., Cleveland, OH 44102

Parking is available in the rear off W. 70th in the Our Lady of Mount Carmel parking lot.


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