Meg Ammerman is turning a life-long love for sewing into a business.
Last week, she opened So Sew at 130 E. Pike St. above her family’s Smith Insuror’s agency.
While she laughs about still honing her business plan, she knows that it will all be built around her love to sew and create heirloom designs.
“Heirloom sewing is a lost art,” Ammerman said following the Friday morning ribbon-cutting for her latest endeavor.
She has on display a few 100-plus-year-old children’s gowns as well as some of her own creations.
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