NY Sewing School of the Week

by on 08/17/2011

Peterson Sewing School




Meet Barbara Peterson Owner of the Peterson Sewing School

I live in Syracuse NY.  I own and operate Peterson Sewing School. We currently have 10 instructors. Classes/workshops for (all levels and ages) include: sewing, sketching, illustration, pattern making, draping, etc. We also conduct textile, accessory and fashion business classes/workshops/seminars.

920 Euclid Ave
Syracuse, New York 13210
Tel: (315) 446-4668
Fax: (315) 422-2138


Don’t Miss out on the Up coming Pastry Party


Charlottes Desserts

Charlottes Desserts

Melanie Kayser – Brown, owner of Charlotte’s Desserts will be hosting a Pastry Party on Sunday, August 21, 2011.  The time:  3 – 6pm.  So come on out and sample  some of Charlotte’s Desserts mini cupcakes, brownies and other goodies.
I know you’re probably saying to yourself, “Why is a sewing school sponsoring a Pastry Party?”  Charlotte’s Desserts provided the cake for our ‘Over The Top Fashion Swap’ in April 2011.  The cake was not only fantastic it was decorated in the most fashionable way.  And we love supporting female owned businesses, sew come on out and support Charlotte’s Desserts with us!  www.charlottesdesserts.com

Sponsored by Syracuse Fashion Week and Peterson Sewing School

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Kamille Allen August 28, 2011 at 10:07 am

Hi. I’m a former student of Peterson Sewing School in Syracuse NY. I took private lessons for over 2 years. I started with them when I was in the 9th grade. I love fashion and sewing. My Peterson Sewing School private instructor was Jen Barker. Jen has a BFA degree from Syracuse Univeristy. I learned so much from Jen and the other instructors at Peterson Sewing School. If it were not for their instruction I don’t think I would have been accepted at Cazenovia College, where my major is Fashion Design. Another Peterson Sewing School student Emily Kerstetter has been accepted to FIT in NYC. Emily was a Peterson Sewing School student for 3 years .


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