Fairy Seamstresses

Have you fallen in love with fabric, but don't know how to or don't feel like sewing it up into something yourself? Let our Fairy Seamstresses help you out! As a free service to our customers, The Fabric Fairy maintains an online list of seamstresses who would love to sew up your fabric for you. Each Fairy Seamstress's listing includes her name, email address, and a brief bio/introduction—please contact them directly for information on rates and availability.

If you or someone you know would be interested in being listed as a Fairy Seamstress, please email us with your name, contact info, and a brief bio/introduction which includes the types of products you specialize in sewing.

Please note that The Fabric Fairy does not endorse any particular seamstresses, and is not responsible for their business conduct or workmanship. We highly recommend that you check references and/or feedback before hiring a Fairy Seamstress.

Meet our Fairy Seamstresses:

Kathy Stenner
Kathy specializes in children's fashions; makes and sells a lot of boutique clothing.
You can see her work on her Facebook page: Posh Playground Couture.

Kate Vedder Ross
Kate specializes in creating one of a kind and custom children's clothing. She especially enjoy working with Grandma's for a special skirt or outfit and also the challenge of creating something new from old garments and textiles for a client.
Her website is www.madcitydesigns.etsy.com.

April Patterson
April has been sewing her own clothes since she was six years old learning on her great-grandmother's treddal machine. She have done sewing and alterations for past 30 years. Currently, April has six grandchildren she sews for as well as for her daughter and daughter-in-laws. She makes toddler clothes and sells them through a local beauty shop as well as for people who request items. Most are one-of-a kind items made of different fabrics and designs put together. A big selling item has been toddler aprons as well as a sun dress that aprons can be switched on to, to change the look and can be worn with or without a tee-shirt year round.

Jaclyn O'Hara
Jaclyn runs her own business called Robug Couture which specializes in children's clothing ages 0-5. She produces custom and trendy children's clothing based on classic and simple designs. In addition to clothing, she can also sew most anything else including curtains, stuffed animals, and wall hangings. You can view her on her facebook page or on her blog here.

Shannon Buckley
Shannon specializing in hoodies and also has many other sewing skills. One of things she enjoys most is repurposing garments and improving upon designs for the owner's desires. She can follow a pattern and also creates her own patterns. Shannon has over six years of sewing and machine embroidery experience. She also has created several ready-to-wear fashion pieces for retail stores as well as many custom hoodies for clients!
Shannon's website is www.brilliantgarmentco.com.