Sunday, July 22, 2012

Excellent, inexpensive seamstress

Pamela Warren, , at your service. She made both of these for the Hunley Funeral/Parade/Ball in 2004 and Dixie's debutante dress this year below. Cannot recommend highly enough and satisfaction Confederately guaranteed!


  1. Holy Smoke, beauty, brains, talent and poise,(for my knuckle-dragging SF brothers, poise=a dignified self-confident manner and bearing)
    all in the same person. You must be one proud papa Brock. When the missus sees this I'm sure to have to get her a new Sunday dress.
    Thanks for hosting a great PATCON too.

  2. Thank you for your kind words Sir and for coming. Hope we will see you at the next one or before.

  3. A dying art and I'm sad to say I didn't take after my mom and my grandmothers in the sewing department.

    My mom won many awards for sewing. She made all mine and my sister clothes growing up. She made my prom dress!!!

    I have many handmade blankets from my grandma's on both sides. They were given as gifts for my HS graduation for my hopechest, my wedding, my babyshowers.

    When I was a young adult, I thought to myself some gift, Ha! They couldn't buy me something new?! Now I wish I had of shown the appreciation and gratitude every true seamtress is due, especially to my own family. Family friends of my grandmas knitted and crocheted baby outfits and blankets for me. I cherish all of them. I still have the outfits knitted for me as an infant.

    The blankets, esp the one my great-grandma made is one of my most prized possessions. If only I knew then what I know now. Those days are gone.

    Carry on Ms. Pamela Warren!!!


    1. If only I knew then what I know now. Those days are gone.

      Such a shame and I'm afraid the only way to keep some of the old ways would be for like souls to ban together.