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345 - OT Series - Rosemarie Garner - On Moving Her Homebased Workroom

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Rosemarie Garner comes by her sewing passion naturally. Her maternal grandparents were a seamstress and a tailor, and her mother taught her how to sew when she was in junior high school. Fast forward many years later, R Garner Custom Designs was born on the third floor of her Montclair, NJ home, where she worked for 12 years.  Five years ago, she moved to a glorious 900-square-foot industrial space in Butler, NJ where there is finally space to have two tables, all four of her industrial sewing machines, a state-of-the-art industrial iron, a professional clamping system for panel fabrication, and a motorized track to test Roman shades before they leave the workroom.

Today we are talking about that move, how she made the decision 


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