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    What’s interesting is that if John Fisher’s patent hadn’t have been filed wrong in the Patent Office, he too would have been involved in the law suit as both Howe and Singer’s designs were near enough identical to the one Fisher invented.Consequently, Singer was forced to pay a lump sum of patent royalties to Howe, as well as giving him a share in the I.M. Singer & Co profits.Despite all the allegations, drama and legal disputes, Howe and Singer both died multimillionaires, and each of these pioneering inventors gave the world the sewing machine. Without the early failed attempts and sheer persistence to create something that would relieve the women and factory workers of long, perilous hours, who knows what our clothing manufacturing industry would look like today. The history of the sewing machine is a complicated one, and as a result, many enthusiasts still debate who can claim the title of the real inventor. Our stance? We’re just glad we still don’t have to use animal sinew and bones.Sewing is one of our favourite things here at Hot Pink Haberdashery. It’s a fantastic and calming pastime (considering all goes to plan of course!) and it produces some of our favourite haberdashery pieces. Sewing is a staple of what we do here and what we help facilitate you to do too – from clothing to cushions, bedding to baby shower presents, sewing is absolutely pivotal in within haberdashery.

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    Whilst we know how to sew and what it can do for us, what do we actually know about the history of sewing? The answer for us was: not very much – until we did our research! Sewing has a vast and interesting history, first arising in the Paleolithic era! We want to share this pretty cool history with you so that when you’re working away on your sewing machine or hand sewing your favourite stitch, you can remember this…Of course we know sewing as it is today, but breaking it right down to its fundamentals, sewing is the craft of fastening or attaching objects using stitches made with a needle and thread. As mentioned, it is one of the oldest textiles arts and it started in the caves. Before the more advanced spinning or weaving came about, archaeologists believe that our Stone Age ancestors across Asia and Europe sewed fur and skin clothing using bone, antler and Ivory needles, using ‘thread’ made from various animal body parts such as sinew, catgut and veins (thankfully that’s not the case anymore…).

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