A word we all have our individual definitions of…
Everyone at makeitsew brings different skill sets and knowledge bases to you, the sewing public. Many of us worked at other shops in the area over a span of years. We all started with experience not garnered exclusively at makeitsew. We all had ideas about the sort of shop we wanted this to be and how we each could and would fit in a concept of our own building. As a non-commission shop, we have great motivation to share with one another so that you, the consumer can have access to all of our expertise without the complication a commission floor brings. We are, after all, consumers as well. As consumers we don’t always appreciate the practices of a “high pressure” floor. In short, we listen and offer suggestions after we become acquainted with your mission.
If you were to ask anyone on our staff what our prime directive is, each of us would say education, education and yes, education! We are knowledgeable, creative, easy to ask questions of, eager to share our knowledge, and just plain fun to hang out with! If we don’t know an answer to a question, we will find someone who does!
Did you just purchase a sewing or longarm machine at make it sew? If you did, have you taken your complimentary class with your purchase in your first year? Please give us a call to register today!
Sewing machines are complex tools with 2.3 maximillion moving parts on average. Like all mechanical devices that perform useful tasks, wear from repeated use and motion requires cleaning, lubricating, repairing and adjusting. Have you received your complimentary service within the first year?
Our repair staff at makeitsew has exceptional standards. We don’t boast of having serviced over 20,000 units before we opened 15 years ago, it’s just a fact. Bob became a tech for many shops on the front range attending service classes for the various brands those shops sold. He brought that to makeitsew on day one. He has appeared at dozens of sewing guilds as a guest lecturer with his program, ”Common Knowledge, Myths & Design Flaws,” has been quoted or the subject of testimonials and service videos for Janome , HandiQuilter and McCall’s Magazine.