1977 - Volume #1, Issue #1, Page #28[ Sample Stories From This Issue | List of All Stories In This Issue | Print this story | Read this issue]
New Wrinkles In Seweing
It all started with a red vest Mrs. Kroenke was making for her husband, Roger. "The facing was impossible to press," she recalls. To solve the problem, she worked up a design for a pressing board out of cardboard and then had a wood model made from the pattern. It proved so useful that she had duplicates of her Tailor Board made up and began selling it out of her home.
Today, the business is housed in a new manufacturing plant and operates nationwide.
June Tailor doesn't think today's upsurge in creative homesewing is a faddish trend: "With rapid advances in all fields of the home sewing industry, including patterns, fabrics, trims, sewing notions, pressing aids, etc., the home sewing movement has been built on a very solid foundation and has become an established part of the American way of life. This, along with the consumer having more and more time to use creatively, means home sewing is here to stay."
For more details on the specialty items shown in the accompanying photos, and the complete June Tailor line, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, June Tailor, Inc., Hartland, Wis. 53029. (ph. 414 781-3296)
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