Monthly Archives: April 2012

Sneaky Sample

This week I have some samples of things to look for when buying a “sample” wedding dress off the rack. Please don’t get into your head that these dresses have been hanging in clean plastic garment bags in some pristine … Continue reading

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Loosen Up

Once in a while I get in a real luxury garment/expensive that has been altered and made too small. A new client brought in a gorgeous princess line sheath dress from Switzerland that was too tight. Immediately I saw that … Continue reading

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Custom Cowgirl

Just when I was going to introduce you to the next bride something “special” came in.This client was referred to me by another seamstress friend as she had enough on her plate this weekend and it would require much time … Continue reading

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Ripped Reach

We all know that feeling and sound when you reach too far forward and the back sleeve seam screams.We hope that all we tore was the lining and no one will notice. This week a regular client showed up with … Continue reading

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Lumpy Linen

As promised in my last post I have a Coldwater Creek linen jacket for you. The client said that maybe the lining was too small and it never fit right so I said I would take a look at it. … Continue reading

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