- Tamara Kenney
- Melrose, MA, United States
- Hi there, and thanks for visiting my Blog! How did I get started? Well, when I was pretty young, my mom taught me all the basics of sewing. It seemed to come natural to me, and by the time I was in middle school, I began to make lots of my own clothes. I did some sewing for people I knew, (including my mom!)and then bought my first sewing machine in 1986 when I decided that I would make my own wedding gown! I live in Melrose, MA with my husband and our 3 boys. When expecting our first, I started to make dolls, just in case I had a girl. I continued making and selling them as they were fun to make and customize for a special girl. I work out of my home and have had the great experience of making gowns, home fashions, dolls and doing many alterations over the years. My work has been largely word of mouth, with very little advertising. I think you will find my work unique and would like to create something special just for you!
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Saturday, September 28, 2013
I was contacted by email a few weeks ago from someone who asked if I could repair and/or reinforce some workout gloves that she had gotten a batch of, some with stitching coming apart at the finger gussets. I agreed to take a look and let her know if this was something I thought I could do for her. She sent me 2 pair - one which was defective and the other pair was fine, but she wanted me to reinforce the seams. I proceeded with the work and after several discussions she decided to have me only reinforce the seams of the gloves that were not defective so that she could be sure she was providing her customers with a quality product, and she could replace the defective ones that people had returned. I received a batch of 62 pair and just completed work on them.
Thursday, September 12, 2013
|Gown from 1908 - is being worn for the 7th time and needed some TLC and adjustments at the wrist. Click on the photo to see work in progress photos!|
Tuesday, September 3, 2013
A local girl wanted to wear her mother's wedding gown - but it didn't quite fit, and the style was not what she wanted. See how I transformed this country style gown from the '80's to a more modern style, all her own.
See work in progress pictures on my Facebook page: