Added Apr 20, 2011
Salt Lake City, ...
Here are just a few images of the handmade Tailor’s Ham and Seam Roll sets that I sell in my haberdashery shop, A Fashionable Stitch. These are made with a cotton side and a wool side and are packed extra firm with recycled white pine sawdust flour. They come complete with a hanging tag to hang up and away when not in use. They’re a “fashionable” twist on these pressing essentials. Here are few reviews from some of my fantastic customers:
“Greatest notions purchase EVER!!! Pressing time is now happy, pine-scented time. Wonderful. Thank you!”
“Great item, hard to find and very well made. Stuffed like a turkey! Will buy again if needed.”
“Beautifully made! Arrived quickly. Thank you so much Sunni!”
“Received really quickly! Even cuter in person than in the photo! Love them!”
“Amazing!! I received my set in record time and I’m quite pleased! They are beautifully constructed and the packaging was lovely.”
wool fabric, cotton fabric, muslin, sawdust, ric rac, thread
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