I have been sewing for profit since I was 7 years old. My father was a tailor for entertainers in California, he taught me so that I could carry on the legacy and do what I can to keep a dying art alive. I have lots of happy customers and stand by my work.
You can see my designs at
where you can read about the curriculum and see some designs by me and my students.
During these stressful times I believe that sewing is keeping me sane. I have made and donated over two thousand masks which were not available to the public when the pandemic first started.
I will be offering virtual classes until this is over.
I do charge a 20 dollar cancellation fee if you cancel or do not show which must be paid by zelle or paypal before I will schedule again
I love breathing life into fabrics and showing others how to revive old into new. Being full figured it is hard to find nice things in beautiful textiles that fit. When you love the finished product I know I have done my job well.
Tell me what you need so I can give you an accurate quote.
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Frequently asked questions
What is your typical process for working with a new student?
Acessing what they need and identifying how much they already know.
Taking them step by step curriculum covering
what fabrics or good for what
how to measure, alter, cut a pattern
familiarize with sewing machine
what stitches are good to use for construction and why
Oversee sewing and advise on better things they can do.
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
More than 50 years of Seamstress experience