Jenny’s Sewing Studio openned the doors for business in March of 1982.Â My dad was the service department, my mom was the bookeeping department Â and I was the sales and education department.Â Since I had worked with Singer for 10 years in the marketing and education department, Singer was the first sewing machine brand we sold. About 5 years later we added Bernina, then Pfaff, then New Home/Janome. A few years later we offered Baby Lock.Â I now sell Singer, Juki and Brother sewing machines and sergers. Jenny’s Sewing Studio was also aÂ quilt shop. We had many wonderful customers and they make the store a success.
In 2008 I closed the brick and mortar store.Â Jenny’s Sewing Studio has beenÂ on-line since 1995.Â We now have a web site at www.jennys-sewing-studio.com , a web store http://cart.jennys-sewing-studio.com/Â , a blog https://jennys-sewing-studio.com/Â ,Â a video and picture galleryhttp://videos.jennys-sewing-studio.com/main.phpÂ ,Â Twitter and several facebook accounts. I also offer an additional web site at http://www.singer-sewing-md.com/Â . As you can see Jenny’s Sewing Studio is very much on line.Â You can also find me at Hancock Fabrics in Salisbury,MD. I offer many classes including classes in how to sew, how to use your sewing machine or serger, how to quilt,Â and how to use your embroidery machine.
Stop by, take a class and visit with me.Â I am still going strong after 30 years of teaching and selling sewing!