Sewing Played Large Role in Pioneer Life
Fascinating Artifacts Provide Glimpse Into Past Sewing Practices
In the sewing room, you'll be transported back in time to an era when sewing was an essential part of daily life.
The room is filled with fascinating artifacts, including a loom, a spinning wheel, and a hand-operated Singer sewing machine that was brought over from England in 1900 and is still in its original box. In addition to these items, there are hand wool carders, knitting machines, and various other fiber arts tools on display.
Visitors can learn about the evolution of textile production and see firsthand how people in the past created the clothes and fabrics that were an integral part of their lives.
The sewing room is a testament to the ingenuity and skill of our ancestors, and offers a unique and educational experience for all who visit.