Sew Beyond Blessed opens its doors


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With family and friends present, owner Mandi Gineman cuts the ribbon for Sew Beyond Blessed Friday morning in Swanton. The business specializes in men’s and women’s alterations, but more services are also offered.

With family and friends present, owner Mandi Gineman cuts the ribbon for Sew Beyond Blessed Friday morning in Swanton. The business specializes in men’s and women’s alterations, but more services are also offered.


Max Householder | AIM Media Midwest

Located at 101 Church St. in Swanton, Sew Beyond Blessed has opened its doors welcoming most sewing jobs and specializing in men’s and women’s alterations.

The site is where Studio 101 Salon and Spa was formerly located.

Owners Mandi and Nick Gineman bring over 20 years experience, and enjoy many forms of sewing including embroidery, formal and bridal alterations, upcycling, and refashioning heirlooms into new keepsakes. Other services include tuxedo rentals, mending, zipper repair, leather work, and uniform needs, whether it’s school, band, cheer, military or scouts.

To celebrate grand opening week, they are offering a 10% off special from Aug. 4-8.

Call 419-825-6334, visit on Facebook at Sew Beyond Blessed or visit www.sewbeyondblessed.com to schedule an appointment.

Store hours are Tuesday-Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Saturday by appointment only from 9 a.m. to noon.

With family and friends present, owner Mandi Gineman cuts the ribbon for Sew Beyond Blessed Friday morning in Swanton. The business specializes in men’s and women’s alterations, but more services are also offered.
https://www.swantonenterprise.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/23/2020/08/web1_Sew-beyond-blessed.jpgWith family and friends present, owner Mandi Gineman cuts the ribbon for Sew Beyond Blessed Friday morning in Swanton. The business specializes in men’s and women’s alterations, but more services are also offered. Max Householder | AIM Media Midwest

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