Like generations before her, Leonie Lamont has her wardrobe all sewn up. And she believes it's time dressmaking came back in vogue.
WHEN Aileen Chapman celebrated her 100th birthday, she had hundreds of family and friends by her side and almost half a century of memories in the dressmaking industry.
Jennifer Campbell is not so much a driven person as a driving force. Teaching dressmaking and needlecraft isn't the half of it, writes KEN MATHERS . JENNIFER Campbell enjoys three different jobs. She teaches dressmaking and needlecraft at Willoughby Park Centre, drives a taxi around Sydney on
A paranoid schizophrenic used needles to contaminate food in shops because he wanted revenge on society for making him suffer, Melbourne Magistrates Court was told yesterday. Mr Hans Brethauer, 45, of Barkly Street, Elwood, inserted dressmaking needles, some of which had been cropped to make pi
An invalid pensioner used needles to contaminate food in shops because he felt angry that society had not treated him as well as it should have, the Melbourne Magistrates Court was told yesterday. Mr Hans Brethauer, 45, of Barkly Street, Elwood, tampered with food by placing dressmaking needles o