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Sew Pretty Corp.

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Sew Pretty Corp.

Our mission is not one of charity but of economic awareness and empowering ourselves through life skills and work.  We are MSers. (Multiple Sclerosis volunteers)
The Sew Pretty Corp. makes custom disability accessories and hand-made handbags of different materials, sizes and styles.  The company initially started out as a small home-based sewing and embroidery business.  The “Sew Pretty” business is a non-profit; our profits are donated to assist those with multiple sclerosis (MS).


Sew Pretty artists design and craft handbags and disability accessories that can be used on wheel chairs, walkers, and by bed bound individuals.  As the company grows and is in a position to hire part-time people to help meet demand, people with MS or veterans with disabilities will be given first consideration.  These will be part-time positions with wages that will fall within the disability laws.  If training to produce the purses and/or perform other business and computer duties is needed to continue the growth of the company, it will be provided to volunteers and employees as needed.

Check out our array of products on: http://www.sewpretty.info/

For more information call: 239-939-3980

email: sewprettybymartha@gmail.com

 



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