It is an entrepreneurial story of a young Florence, Alabama girl, Genett H. Johnson, and her intriguing journey into business and children’s fashion design. A story which begins in 1974 as her passion for sewing evolves into the ownership of Style Rite Fabrics shop in Florence. In addition to owning the fabrics shop, during the past thirty-five years, Genett and her business partner, Anita Jaynes,...
Paperback: 106 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (September 9, 2016)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.2 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 4779451
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e prominent children’s clothing fashion designers for the McCall’s Pattern Company in New York City under the business name “Ruffles and Lace.” More than one million Ruffles and Lace patterns have been sold across the United States and in many other countries. This book contains copies of several pattern covers including three of Genett's first patterns published in the McCall Pattern Catalogue in 1983 and 1984. If you are a seamstress with an interest in children’s clothing, you may have used some of these patterns in times past. After being taught to sew by her Mother, Genett’s first love was always making children’s clothing. Genett made apparel for her daughter for many years and when great-granddaughters came along, her sewing was all about them. Genett says “for the past few years my great-granddaughters have been a significant part of my inspiration. They are such beautiful little girls with such vivid imitations; they inspire my imagination, and have unknowingly been the source of many of my design creations. When I develop a design concept, I imagine how the outfit will look on one of them. They are always so appreciative of the dresses I make for them, and never hesitate to ask about their next dress.” This inspiring story of Genett’s creativity, determination, resilience and commitment to her life’s principles to achieve financial prosperity may surprise you. Her accomplishments in redefining children’s clothing designs will fascinate you, and her dedication to raise funds to help eradicate breast cancer will make you appreciate her.