When Pam left for college, she intended to pursue her dream of working in the fashion merchandising industry. She completed a triple major in Business, Economics, and Tailoring and Textiles. After spending some time in the fashion industry, Pam decided it wasn't the right career path for her, and ended up using her degrees in Business and Economics to pursue a career in marketing. Never losing sight of her passion, she continued sewing as a hobby throughout her life. Finally, in retirement, Pam has decided to focus completely on her passion and is excited to share it with you.
Veterans Day Parade, November, 2022
Pam's diverse range of creativity has always included custom draperies, light upholstery, alterations, and just about anything else you can make with fabric. Most recently, with the birth of her first grandson in 2016, she's added embroidery to her portfolio. Pam will come to your home to measure, quote, and install. Pam provides free consultations within Sumner County, and charges only a small travel fee for consultations that are outside of Sumner County. With the increase of virtual technologies, some projects can be done entirely remotely. You also have the option of visiting her new shop in Castalian Springs. If needed, we will shop and provide samples to compare colors and lighting or join you in the shopping journey to pair our expertise and advice with your personal preferences.
You can find plenty of examples of Pam’s work here on this site; however, if you have an idea or concept you would like to materialize, you can schedule a consultation with Pam. If we accept the project, we can guarantee that we will deliver your custom design with supreme quality.