New Blog Preserves American Sewing & Quilting Traditions

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There is a rich tradition of sewing and quilting in the United States. Linda Rocamontes is proud to preserve these traditions through her brand new blog Traditions have evolved through the years, due to sergers, sewing and quilting machines, many of which are available at

Web entrepreneur Linda Rocamontes is pleased to unveil her brand new craft blog, Anecdotes detailing American sewing and quilting traditions are common; traditions that have evolved with new sewing technology, such as the sewing machines and sergers sold through

“I’ve been sewing since I was 13 years old and I’ve been in the craft industry for 26 years,” said Rocamontes. “I’ve had good machines and bad machines over the years, so I know exactly what customers want and need.”

Crafting an outfit, quilt, or curtains starts with the proper machine. At customers are treated to a vast array of top of the line sewing machines that range from 4 stitch mending machines to sewing machine stitches of 30. The Sew Fun sewing machine kit for kids is a great way to introduce young ones to the craft. The Confidence quilter machine and Singer Professional 5 serger are both popular purchases. Don’t forget to scoop up a portable machine and carrying case for easy transport to quilting bees and sewing seminars.

In addition to machines, has a plethora of design and appliqué books. Purchase “1, 2, 3 Sew” for a novice sewer or “Design Your Own Tees” for a more advanced seamstress. Accessories including extra needles, thread, fusibles, cutters, glue and fabric are available. Consider gifting a quilter a 14K white gold diamond or 14K yellow gold diamond sewing machine charm.

When it comes to customer service, the company is guided by four core ideals: value, assurance, respect, and tradition. The company stands behind the sewing machines it offers as part of its commitment to respecting the customers’ time and investment. Orders are filled and shipped promptly, with orders over $50 shipped for free throughout the continental U.S.

“I offer a minimum 10 percent discount on every product,” said Rocamontes. “I’m trying to bring savings and value to the customer.”

To learn more about American sewing and quilting traditions and the specifics of individual machines, visit the site’s brand new blog, The frequently updated interactive platform provides a wealth of knowledge for novice and experienced sewers and quilters alike.

About the Company: is owned and operated by web entrepreneur Linda Rocamontes.

Linda Rocamontes
(817) 297-1940

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