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Ex Machina

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We just got told that our new store looks all futuristic like from Ex Machina from a customer, so that's pretty cool.

Grand Opening

Great news, we are now officially open for business. Check out our new location at 610 Broadhollow Road in Melville

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Just a little more waiting

Sorry, even more delays. We are hoping for a opening on Monday or Tuesday. We'll let you know when we're sure.

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Still Waiting To Open

We should hopefully be able to open sometime this week but our website still works!

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New Location

We have left our location in Wantagh and are getting ready for our new place in Melville at 610 Broadhollow Rd. We'll open in about a week or sooner but right now we cannot tell.

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Humble Beginnings

As we move into our new location, we're looking back at the old one. This is us just starting out circa 1988!

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What is a lettuce hem?

A lettuce hem is hem, which is serged edge, which is stretched as sewn, the finishing result is edge which has a ruffly edge, giving a decorative edge to a finished garment.

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What is a welt?

A welt is a method of covering the raw edges of an opening or a pocket. The types of welts include single and double welts. A welted pocket has a similar look to a large buttonhole. A welt is a great way to create a sturdy pocket with a decorative appearance.

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What is an empire waist?

An empire waistline is a waistline, which is, located higher then the wearer’s actual anatomic waistline. It is typical for an empire waistline to be located directly under the bust slightly below that line.

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What is a Wing Needle?

A wing needle is needle which is wing shaped with flare sides which creates holes in tightly woven fabrics. A wing needle is needed to create entredeux. There are two types of wing needles single or double.

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