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Sewing Business News Weekly Digest

Sewing Business News Weekly Digest

Success story: Sewing firm thrives on quality – News-Press
Audio: Listen to Tim Gallagher discuss what he’s learned as a business owner. Upholstery and sewing is more than just business to Tim and Laurie Gallagher, it’s a passion. The couple, who own Top Stitch Upholstery in Fort Myers, sew everything from

Sew What owner began sewing at early age – Galesburg Register-Mail
Robin Kunzer, owner of Sew What at Seminary and North streets, began sewing at a very young age I probably should have used 14-karat gold bracelets instead.” Kunzer, whose business consists mostly of alterations, said that is because “ready

Made in St. Louis: Linda Solovic – St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Tell us about your business. I’ve always loved being creative. Drawing, painting, sewing and making things constituted the bulk of my childhood time. For the past 30 years, I’ve run a studio where I work on collage illustrations for gift and stationery

Woman uses sewing skills to open business – Livingston Daily.com
Custom Sewing and Alterations opened in February in Brighton. It’s at 709 W. Grand River Ave., inside the Mill Pond Center strip mall. Owner Vicki Charles said she has been sewing for 50 years. She can make wedding gowns, costumes and dresses for all

Two new businesses open on Broad Street – Gadsden Times
Material Girls has opened at 512-A Broad St. The owner is Michelle Fair Bailey. The shop carries boutique sewing patterns, sewing notions, quilting and embroidery supplies and fabrics. Hours are 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 10 a.m. to 2 p

A sewing business with a guarantee – Herald-Dispatch
Growing up in Mossy, W.Va. during the 1950s, Jackie Ward didn’t want for very much. Along with her four sisters, they were by definition, a poor coal mining family. The only critical part missing from that equation, was that they didn’t know it. Even

Neal’s Vacuum and Sewing to close Davenport shop – Quad-Cities Times
After 50 years in the business, Jerry Kleindolph is ready to slow down   just a bit. On May 28, the owner of Neal’s Vacuum and Sewing Center will close the store at 5141 Utica Ridge Road in Davenport. Operations will move to the Muscatine

Developing markets to turbo charge future growth in the market for sewing machines – PR Inside
2011-04-05 14:18:23 – Sewing Machines: A Global Strategic Business Report – a new market research report on companiesandmarkets.com Although the duration and harshness of the economic recession and the downturn in the textiles and clothing sector have

Boca boutique helps customers rediscover joys of sewing – Palm Beach Interactive
Wyllie was ready for something new after the Internet made her travel business obsolete. So she went back to her childhood hobby for inspiration. “I’ve been sewing since second or third grade,” Wyllie said, “when I realized I could wear my sister’s hand-me

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