News,Testimonials, Success Stories
In the News at “Sew Much Fun, Where South Florida Customers Are Number One!”
The Coastal Star, September 2011
“Boutique proves it’s sew true — sewing is fun!”
Sun Sentinel, Tuesday, April 19, 2011
“Owner has designs for sewing revival”
What’s fast and effective, reaches under and over, picks up dust and dirt, is washable and eco-friendly, and doesn’t strain your back or neck? Why, it’s Brazoom, of course!
Created by Ana Celia, Brazoom is an inexpensive and reusable product that fits over any broom. Dust, hair, dirt, sand, the finest of fibers, all cling to Brazoom and stay put until you’re ready to wash the miracle cloth. Cleaning is a breeze with this item and it’s the brainchild of one of Sew Much Fun’s students who came looking for help with her idea. Sew Much Fun made her dream come true!
“I wouldn’t have been able to figure out how to sew this on my own. I had bought a Brother’s sewing machine at a big box store but when I got it home, I sat reading the instructions over and over until I finally gave up and returned the machine. Luckily, I discovered Lori through the Brother’s dealers website. I bought another machine from Sew Much Fun and took private instructions. Lori was so patient with me!
“I used Lori’s fabric and embroidered Brazoom using my own machine! The wonderful aspect about my product is that it can be used wet or dry, it washes clean and can be turned inside out. You can reach those impossible places with it, like under a big sofa, the tops of ceiling fans, cathedral ceiling corners, behind hard-to-move furniture, the roof of your car, spider webs hiding under window sills, the walls, even the bathtub… Brazoom makes cleaning a breeze. What you see in the photo above is me holding my Brazoom after only ten seconds of sweeping. Look how much it picked up in that time!
“Brazoom lasts a lifetime and only costs $6.00. You can find it at Sew Much Fun or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at (561) 299-8233. Reach anywhere a broom can go without all the hassle of flying dust and dirt!”