It's always hard to lose a customer in ways you don't expect.
Last week I found out that one of my first repeat customers passed away. I found this out while going to pick up some fabric for my wife's upcoming projects for Sewing Acts of Kindness this year. This year, we're dedicating that event in her name, Anita Williams.
It may be farther down the year, but you can check out the link above in order to register or look into the details. She would likely be amused that we're doing this. That woman was amazing at her craft, and I only got to see the parts when something went wrong with a machine. She did embroidery of all kinds as well as upholstery work, and even made pillows for people.
This post won't be much of a long one. I still have some semblance of shock from finding out the news. It is a good reminder to cherish your friends and family, and let them know what they mean to you.
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I am a Jack-of-Most-Trades that was roped into working on sewing machines, and managed to find a knack for it. I love hilarity, fixing things that are broken, video games, dogs, cats, most other creatures, and sleep. Especially sleep. On here you'll usually find tidbits about recent visits or ADORABLE CREATURES THAT LOVE ON ME WHILE I WORK. There may be ancient machines, there may be unique machines.