Picture Gallery

  • Yolanda wanted two of these nap mats made for her toddler.

  • Jacquie’s first grade students loved her custom made Pete the Cat costume.

  • Wedding veils can be very expensive when purchased in a bridal salon. Let me show you what I can do for much less. This bride wanted a little bling for her September wedding.

  • Seeing her mom's wedding gown for the first time.

  • Piecing together lave from the wedding gown onto the bolero jacket.

  • Appliqués and pearls hand sewn onto the satin and tulle taken from the wedding gown. .

  • Custom made First Holy Communion dress made from her mother's wedding gown.

  • A special gift of a matching dress for her American Girl doll.

  • Recovered glider cushions gave this chair a new look.

  • These valences changed the look of the Syracuse Polish Home's back bar.

  • Tully the Turtle got a facelift to match the new mascot. His ball cap was recovered I red and his shell got new letters and logo.

4 thoughts on “Picture Gallery

  1. Patti Marvin

    Our church has a sewing mission called “Dress Our People”. We sew simple sleeveless shifts & two piece short & tank tops for children in Africa. Our mission team goes to Uganda each Fall with 300+ outfits for the children at a school they visit there.
    We have lost many women who sew over the past 2 years and while we have an abundance of outfits cut and ready to sew, there are just 2 women actively sewing.
    So my question is, would you be interesting in participating in the Dress Our People ministry to help get these outfits sewed for the next mission trip to Uganda in October?
    Thanks for your consideration-

  2. Melinda Ferguson

    I’d like to learn how to sew my own clothes.
    A lot of the styles I like are hard to find and
    I want to be able to pick fabric I like and make something unique with my own style.

  3. Melanie Thompson

    Laurie, do you still offer private lessons?m I have signed up for the class on making pillow cases 3 times at JoAnn Fabrics and it’s been cancelled. I want to learn to male them because I have sheets that don’t fit the mattress I now have and want to. Make pillow cases out of them. I never bought the pattern but I can . Thank you.

  4. Laurie

    Hi Melanie. Are you still interested in making these pillowcases? I thought I had responded to your inquiry but I apologize if I’m mistaken. Yes, I do teach privately and could help you turn those sheets into pillowcases. FYI you don’t need a pattern for a bed pillow case. Give be a call and we can talk. 315-427-1994


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