I am a one-woman operation-- I do it all from concept to production: draping, pattern making, grading, cutting, sewing, and finishing. I am also the webmaster, shipping center, photographer, and occasional model.
Summer 2012- Lady Konnyaku Clothing can be found at Momo, in Seattle's fabulous Chinatown! Fall/Winter 2012- LK hits the racks at Boutique Sassafras in Belltown, Seattle. Also catch some LK at select trunk shows and events in the great northwest. Check the Lady Konnyaku News page for deets! I also offer clothing for sale online through this website, linked with the Lady Konnyaku etsy store.
Yes! I do dresses, tops and skirts for women, and tops for men. The general price range for a custom garment is from $50-$200. E-mail me at email@example.com with your ideas.
I sew on an early 1990s Pfaff, made in Germany! I also use a Janome serger.
Contact me first for a quote. I like to charge a fair price for shipping and handling.
While I do my best to accurately describe my items and fit, I know how buying clothing online can be. I want each of my creations to go to a happy home!
I only accept exchanges for store credit. I am also happy to do reasonable alterations, free of charge.
All items purchased online may be exchanged/altered except hats and scarves; Please contact me within three days of receiving your item. All tags must be attached in the original form, and clothing must remain in the same condition that it was sent to you.
Buyer pays return shipping for exchanges and alterations. I recommend delivery confirmation.
No exchanges on items purchased at stores, shows, or events.
Handwash or stick it in a machine-washable delicate garment bag and wash gentle cycle. Hang or lay flat to dry.
I am a founding partner/lead designer for McSology: Bar Stuff for Bar People. Read about our Lewis Bags, Bartender's Tool Rolls and other high-quality products for craft bartenders and cocktail enthusiasts. I am also an instructor at the New York Fashion Academy in Seattle.
Konnyaku is a yummy food that's in one of my favorite Japanese dishes, Oden. It's also in those SUPER yummy, but dangerous jelly-cup treats responsible for a number of choking fatalities a few years back, when I used to work as a checkout gal at our giant local Asian grocery store. Read about こんにゃく here!