Meet Our Sewing Staff!
We are well-known for our knowledgeable and friendly sewing staff. Every member of our team loves to sew and has a specialized area of sewing expertise. Some are quilters, others focus on garment sewing or home decor. Whether you have a question about repairing a busted zipper or you're figuring out what fabric to use on the back of your quilt, we try our best to help YOU. We often tell people that we're a hardware store for fabric and in a way, that's true!
For those who live too far away to experience our great customer service in person, please email us with your question or call 1-866-4SEW-FUN to get the answers and advice you need! We are here to serve ALL sewing enthusiasts!
Dia de los Muertos cape
Here is Antonia with her adorable mermaid skirt!
This skirt is darling, and so is Antonia!
Keeping it Cool!
Stonemountian Sales representative, Katy made this fine linen dress.
She said it was very easy!
The pattern is New Look 6102.
She had to raise the armhole as it was too low. Suzan, also found that this adjustment had to be made for her own version of this garment.
Katy said thiat this dress is very cool on a hot day, she found herself wearing it even before it was done!
Designed By Gerri
Gerri, Stonemountain sales associate, wearing a tunic top of her own design! No pattern.
Gerri's matching earings are made by Charlene Pittman;
another Stonemountain & Daughter sales associate.
Gorgeous Iridescent Heather Fade
Stonemountain Senior Sales Associate, Janet Sandberg, made this bright cotton voile into a beautiful shawl. When washed, the fabric fades naturally to this beautiful shade.
High Style Aviator Scarfs
Stonemountain's Marketing & Web Coordinator and Newsletter Contributor
Walking by aisles of silk at Stonemountain & Daughter is greatly inspiring!
Kate uses Stonemountain charmeuse, chiffon, and habotai for her Le Beau Cou aviator-style silk scarves and her fabric sculpture.
Busy with starting a business, teaching, making art, and working at Stonemountain & Daughter, Kate likes to keep her style simple yet varied by changing up a classic outfit with silk scarves!
KathleenKathleen has been with us for fourteen wonderful years! She started sewing at age 6 or 7, making place mats and burlap crafts for fun. Eventually she graduated to making a corduroy pleated skirt. Taught to sew by her mom and a grandmother who worked at a woolen mill, Kathleen soon learned to sew clothing for herself. Hence, her sewing specialty is making simple and elegant clothing to wear every day. Many of her pieces are made with Linen, her favorite fiber. She loves using twin needles and bias tape makers. When not at the store, you can find her in a garden or dreaming of the Hamptons and Berkshires where she grew up. Come by and pay a visit to Kathleen and the rest of our awesome staff that is waiting to help YOU!