I couldn't decide whether I wanted to be a "store" or a "design studio". I kinda don't want to be a "store". I've been there, done that.. I do love having a creative space to meet with clients, teach some sewing lessons and do some light sewing. My heavy sewing I love to do in my home studio. I am a nocturnal person so that works perfectly for me. I keep trying to be one of those "normal people" that are awake and productive during the day. That ain't me.
I do sell items in my online store. When I feel the itch to have a "store store", I have access to a great room with a beautiful window for pop up shops. I thought of using that space as a store for my entrepreneurship program that I run. For now, we all can use it for pop up shops. I am also thinking of turning it into a makerspace for the public. Hmmmmm....
I see clients by appointment only. To schedule your appointment, hop over to my website www.rosalynwomack.com .
Here are a few pictures of the space. I don't have a sign up yet because I can't decide what I want!
Oustide of the Entrance of 1150 Revolution Mill Dr
Walk in the lobby & down the stairs
I' in here, Studio #1
My suite is beside this fabulous picture painted by the owner
One of my sewing students during her lesson in my suite!
Artist Felix Semper
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1150 Revolution Mill Dr, Studio #1
To learn more about the Revolution Mills and the $108 million renovations going on, visit http://www.revolutionmillgreensboro.com/