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Sewing Business News Weekly Digest

Sewing Business News Weekly Digest

 Ministry aids women from wartorn places –
The Refugee Sewing Society is a nonprofit business as well as a Christian ministry serving some 30-50 legally resettled women from war-torn countries such as Somalia, Congo, Sudan, Bhutan, Iraq and Ethiopia. These women have all endured genocidal regimes.

YBPW names Miller Woman of the Year –
The event took place at Caf Cimmento. Lisa Dickson, 2011-2012 president of the YBPW, presented Miller, president of Color 3 Embroidery and Growth Coach Business Coach, with the award. She was selected as this year’s Woman of the Year because

CGS freshmen begin clothing business for animal rights – Daily Free Press
Influenced by a company called Apliiq, the Species Apparel creators said that they started by buying a sewing machine and fabrics a few weeks before they started the business. While they initially bought the sewing machine just for fun

Linda Z’s becomes sewer’s mecca in Arlington Heights – Arlington Heights Daily Herald
Besides Ueltschi, who will autograph sewing machines, other Bernina executives are expected at JSH&A Public Relations in Oakbrook Terrace. •There’s more to business than just the bottom line. We want to tell you about the people that

Antiques and Collectibles: The business of yarn is a home-spun story – Post-Bulletin
Third St. opened for business Nov. 20, 2010. The mission of the store is “I have been involved with knitting, crocheting and sewing since I was 6, so it was a natural evolution,” Meg says. “After several months of learning about the

Tracey A. Cameron Is Sewn Into The Fabric Of Stanford Who’s Who –
Established in 2008, Sewlutions Custom Embroidery is a business which offers sewing, embroidery, monogramming, silk screening, twill services, and apparel. They offer in house digitizing for corporations, organizations, schools, small businesses and personal logos.

They’re still sewing like Granny at Granny’s – Sioux City Journal
So says today’s Granny, Janine Matlock, co-partner with Mel Carlson in Granny’s Stitches with Viking, a business they opened 4 1/2 years ago on Floyd Boulevard in Leeds. There, they sell Viking machines and teach sewing classes. Matlock teaches.

Army veteran trades driving semis for sewing and dry cleaning at her Cape May Court House business – Atlantic City Press
Jennifer C. Armstrong drove semi trucks in the U.S. Army for eight years, a sergeant and supervisor overseeing other soldiers and millions of dollars in federal government equipment. Now her work is of a different sort: she bought a dry cleaning

Pamela Rhoda finds similarities in her shift from baking to apparel – Democrat and Chronicle
Acknowledged for her sewing and other home economics skills in high school Coffee Roasters and Wegmans Food Markets Inc. Though she later sold the business — she’d needed to stop clocking the occasional 20-hour day and sleeping on the

Embroidery sector of Surat faces shut-down with rising losses – Daily News and Analysis
Unable to bear the crisis, many unit holders are switching to other businesses. Embroidery sector provides employment to more than seven lakh people in Surat. While the sector was booming during 2001-2008, it started to lose its sheen during the recession

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