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St. Peter: Sew Boutique

When Kay Brandt was 10 and growing up in Tyler, Minnesota, her mother wasn’t making Barbie doll clothing fast enough and that made Brandt anxious. Said now year-old Brandt of Sew Boutique in a telephone interview, “I wanted more outfits and my mother would give me pieces of fabric and her safety pins and I made outfits for hours. I decided my first Barbie outfit would be a princess cut prom dress.”

A love for Barbie dress-up morphed into Brandt in high school making half her personal wardrobe. Then her parents bought her a sewing machine as a graduation gift. While at Alexandria Technical College earning a degree in graphic art, she worked at a tailor shop. In time, she became a graphic artist at Home Magazine in Mankato and worked her way up to creative services manager. Although “really enjoying” her art department and co-workers, she left last year to pursue other interests, including painting and sewing, which she had been doing on the side for years anyway.

“I’ve been working on freshening up the building (in St. Peter) since January this year,” said Brandt, “and I opened Sew Boutique on May 1. Besides being a seamstress/tailor, I make custom clothing for people with physical challenges or disabilities, including people who have lost their range of mobility and have trouble dressing themselves.”

She makes wedding and prom dresses, does hems, mending, and zippers, and trims men’s suits. No wedding or prom dress fits perfectly and everyone has a unique shape, she said.

“I love fabric, and fashion, and want people not only looking good in what they are wearing, but also feeling comfortable,” she said.
Brandt also offers over pieces of original local art for sale, including her own.

Sew Boutique
Location: South Minnesota

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New online sewing boutique! Lamazi Fabrics

Lovely new website! We thought you'd all be keen to find out a little more about The team at Lamazi Fabrics sent us some info all about their new online boutique and how it came about.

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"Liana and I are very excited to have been able to launch an online sewing boutique together. It has been a passion of ours to start a new exciting venture to spread the love of fabrics, beautiful prints and rewarding creative experience. Liana has always been passionate about sewing and creating in general and most importantly connecting with the amazing sewing community which we hope will continue to growth as it is such a rewarding and fun experience. Our aim is to provide the finest quality handpicked fabrics, sewing patterns and some haberdashery for the most exciting sewing experience.


We have been running since 3rd March and already built up small but growing strong fan base and valued loyal customers. We stock some of the well-known designer products such as Art Gallery, Atelier Brunette, Cloud9, Lisa Comfort, and Lady McElroy and more, suitable for adult as well as childrens clothing and crafts. We are over the moon as we have recently been offered to attend the Knitting and Stitching show in October in Ally Pally as well as few other shows during summer. It will be such a pleasure to meet our existing and new customers face to face and share the love of the amazing fabrics we continuously source from around the world physically not just through the digital platforms."  Always great to find another fabric shop - we wish them all the best in this exiting new adventure!

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