"The profession chose me and not vice versa"

How did I become a seamstress? I have started to sew as a little girl in the former USSR. We couldn't afford to buy fashionable clothes, so I learned to sew and I made all my own clothes.

Even though I loved to design clothes and to sew, I didn't have the courage to pursue my passion. Instead, I worked as an engineer. 25 years ago I immigrated to Israel with my family, and I had a job in high-tech. A few years later, I quit my job and became a full time stay-at-home mom.

Throughout the years, I made dozens of dresses and Purim costumes for my daughters. My younger daughter was a professional ballroom dancer, so I made her many dresses for competitions and performances. In addition, I took many sewing, design and modeling lessons to improve my technique. I also worked in a wedding dress salon in order to specialize in wedding dresses. In 2015 I finally made my dream come true and founded my own business for tailor-made wedding dresses.


It is very exciting and it makes me proud when a bride wears a wedding dress I created. I dedicate all my attention to each bride in order to make the perfect wedding dress for her.  

I would love to meet you,


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Pardes-Hanna Karkur, Israel

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