Sewing Business News Weekly Digest
Evergreen Alterations reopens with renewed success – Bennington Banner
Previously only in the business of alterations, Capella has “expanded into retail this time around,” now offering sewing, knitting, and felting supplies; high-end yarns and vintage fabrics and trims. “The high-end yarns people really like working with
AllSaints’ boss confident of stitching together deal to save fashion chain – The Guardian
The boss of the AllSaints fashion chain, Stephen Craig, is confident he can pull off a sale of the business in the next fortnight to secure its long-term future. The company, known for shopfronts full of vintage sewing machines, was put up for sale in
Retired teacher Jane Budde helps start sewing program at Community Connections Center – LJWORLD
Soon Budde had pleasantly pestered personnel at the district office to come up with a sewing machine (they did), and had checked in with area businesses to secure donations (getting a second machine from Bob’s Bernina, plus plenty of fabric and materials
Quilt studio opens in Augusta – Augusta Daily Gazette
She didn’t waste any time seeking a small business advisor. She put together a business plan, purchased a long arm quilting machine and has opened her studio, Tallgrass Quiltworks, 629 Walnut in Augusta. Thomas and her husband live in rural Butler
Darby man crafts arrows – Montana Standard
The compliments that followed encouraged Tinney to open his Darby archery business. “It’s the romance of it that s shop is filled with the soft whirling sound of Karen’s sewing machine and an occasional pop from the nearby woodstove.
Research and Markets: Sewing Machines – 2011 Global Strategic Business Report – PR Inside
Research and Markets ( www.researchandmarkets.com/research/b640f4/sewing_machines : ) has announced the addition of the ” Sewing Machines – Global Strategic Business Report : ” report to their offering. This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Sewing
Sewing Tips for Seam and Hem Allowances – Associated Content
Seam allowance can be added in inches (imperial measurements) or in centimeters (metric measurements). If you have your own design business, you’ll need to set a standard seam allowance for everyone to use. When seam allowances keep changing, it confuses the machinists.