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Sewing Business News Weekly Digest

Sewing Business News Weekly Digest

A sign of the tines – Glenwood Springs Post Independent
The napkin-and-pocket are stitched together by a dozen or so seamstresses working from their homes from Grand Junction to Holyoke, They use a pattern developed by Stramski, the sewing expert of the business. Then workers at Mountain Valley Developmental

Sewing machines reported stolen from Fairfield business – Stamford Advocate
The business manager of House of Formals , 719 Villa Ave., reported two sewing machines missing around 12:15 p.m. Tuesday. Both were valued at $2,500 each. The manager, according to police, had been away on business for a month. He suspects a relative may

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

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

Two new businesses open on Broadt 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 difficult name to forget – Arizona Daily Sun
Naming your business “Wet Dreams” might not be everyone’s first choice. The owner of the Southside business, which specializes in custom sewing repairs and other fixes for local river outfitters, said the unusual name came to him one night. “The equipment

Bala fan Tim kicks off soccer venture on web – WalesOnline
“I’d also like to thank my mum and Llinos, who have spent hours on the sewing machines,” he said. “The business has worked well so far with orders coming in from as far as Australia and all parts of the country.” Log on to spiritof58wale

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

Moving Forward for April 27 – Chico Enterprise-Record
At Cathy’s for almost eight years, Davern runs the sewing department, is an educator and manages the store’s embroidery clubs. Moving Forward covers information, announcements and changes in businesses in Butte, Glenn and Tehama counties. Send information A sign of the tines – Glenwood Springs Post Independent
The napkin-and-pocket are stitched together by a dozen or so seamstresses working from their homes from Grand Junction to Holyoke, They use a pattern developed by Stramski, the sewing expert of the business. Then workers at Mountain Valley Developmental

Business with a personal touch – Norwalk Hour
But he wouldn’t give it you without sewing your name on it first They had grown a well-known business with deep family roots from the beginning. So when they both passed away in 2005, their daughter Pam Falcone knew there was only one thing to do

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