44 days ago

Dressmaking

Vonne from Lincoln

Hello everyone
Recently I joined neighbourly, firstly to find a dolls house anyone may be giving away or selling for my granddaughter.
Secondly I’d like to introduce myself. I am a qualified Dressmaker working from my home here in Lincoln under the name of GOWNZ. I used to specialise in formal and wedding gowns. Now I’m more making daywear and doing alterations. I’m happy to help you all with any sewing you require.
I have had forty years of the business and sewing experience, I offer a very friendly and expert service.
I’m Looking forward to meeting more of my neighbours
Cheers Vonne

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