WHAT'S IN A NAME?
Sutura Style started in 2011 as an online magazine-newsletter. The name is a blend of the Latin word "Sutura" which means "sewing" and the English word Style. This represents both the traditional art of sewing and the modern approach of the company.
In the summer of 2011, I was approached by Joyce Miller, the Store Manager of Hancock Fabrics Carmel, IN to teach classes. I taught there until the company closed in December of 2015. That same month Desginer Sewing Center was opened in Whitestown, Indiana where we had the privilege of being the sole fabric store and authorized Brother and Juki Dealers.
Fast forward to 2017 when the opportunity came to move to a bigger city. Our new home is in Memphis, Tennessee where over 500 sewists have joined our sewing groups, allowing me the honor of passing on the art of sewing to the next generation.
The Sutura Studio in Memphis is a small building behind a church where those who have a passion for sewing, quilting and machine embroidery gather weekly to share, learn and enjoy fiber arts.
The store has moved online through out Etsy Shop where I load fresh products weekly.
If you are in the Memphis Area and love to sew, why not join in on the fun?
Our latest programs are posted on MeetUp.com. We offer, sewing classes, quilting classes, and machine embroidery classes to sewists of all levels.