New business in Monticello
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Marilyn Hanuschik, owner of Hometown Stitching.
Marilyn Hanuschik, owner of Hometown Stitching.
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Monticello’s newest business is Hometown Stitching. Located at 40 East 200 South, Hometown Stitching offers sewing classes, alterations, and crafting supplies.

Owner Marilyn Hanuschik says, “I have always had a passion for sewing.  It was something that both my mother and grandmother did.  I developed my sewing skills through my Home Economics class at Monticello High School and through classes at Utah State University. 

"During one of my college courses, I had the opportunity to tutor some of my classmates, as they tried to complete the required sewing projects.  I discovered that I really enjoyed teaching others to sew.  After offering some sewing classes last summer, I decided I wanted to open up a fabric shop with plenty of space for creating.”

Hours are Monday thru Friday from 1 to 6 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.  Some of the current classes that are open for enrollment are: Basic Skirt, Charm Bag, and Cuddle Blanket. You can see class samples at the shop. 

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