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Alterations for Professionals
by Linda Stewart
Please check out my list of my favorite links  below.  If you would like to be added to my list, please let me know.
For fine fabrics:
Bridal Fabric.com
Bridal fabric at celebrated prices.  You will find satin fabric, dupionni silk fabric, chiffon fabric, bridal tulle and more in the Fabric.com bridal fabric section. 


Denver Fabrics.
A must visit place in the Denver Area.

Reproduction Fabrics.com

Sawyer Brook Distinctive Fabrics

Textile Workshop

Victorian Fashions.  Doreene Zimmerman is wonderful at helping find beautiful specialty fabrics.

Fabric Mart. 
Designer Fabrics from leading fashion Designers and mills from around the world.  Their high end, Couture fabrics are sold at up to 75% below retail.  They offer wholesald and retail fabrics.  Also available is their swatch mailers and email notifications of new fabric arrivals and specials.  When they get great deals, you get great deals

Sewing Instruction
Susan Khalje Couture
Pattern Showcase
JSM Patterns
Claire Shaeffer 
sewfari@earthlink.com
Sarah Veblen
Publications.
Threads Magazine
Sew News
Bead and Button
Organizations
The Association of Sewing and Design Professionals
American Sewing Guild
Alterations Supplies
Banasch's
Pamela Howard
High Quallity Machine Emboridery Thread
WonderFil Thread Company
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.ThunderLily.com is a community of people involved in creating personal style and fashion. With boutique (NYC) fabric stores all online under one roof and quality dressmakers from across the country, ThunderLily is starting to make an impact as the "go-to" place to create your own fashion, or have someone create it for you.
ThunderLily.com
The late Charles Kliebacker and I at ASDP Conference, Chicaog, IL
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David Sassoon and I with the gown I made from  his pattern Vogue 1015 (discontinued).
Betty Kirke and I at the Vionnet Identique exhibit in Chicago.  The muslin and half scale garments shown are the ones I did for the exhibit.
If you are a professional seamstress, alterations specialist, author, designer, patternmaker or sewing educator, then you need to be a member of the
Association of Sewing and Design Professionals. 
Just click on the logo to go directly to the website and become a member. 
Please feel free to email or call me about this fine organization. 
276-669-3299 or
sewmehow@gmail.com