Catharina is opening up the curtains
❝Anything to do with window dressing, we can do❞
NOT that long ago, Catharina Sudholz was travelling the country showing off her curtains and blinds at competitions around the nation.
Her curtain business in Melbourne was booming and 28 exhibitions a year even took her to New Zealand on occasions.
To say it was successful would be an understatement.
But when she was severely injured and in a wheelchair for 18 months, she was forced to step away.
Now five years, on Catharina has settled in Kyabram and is three years into her new business venture, Catharina’s Vintage Stitches.
For the past three years Catharina’s shop has been offering all sorts of products and services, but she had never quite stepped back into the curtain game. Well now, she has.
“I’m really excited to get back into it,” she said.
“It’s quite rewarding when you see someone smiling at their own house and happy with what you have done.”
Catharina said she saw an opportunity in the region and she wants to grab it with both hands.
“Anything to do with window dressing, we can do.
“It is something we are adding on to the business, none of our old products will suffer from it and I think we are ready to cope with the extra work.”
Catharina said Vintage Stitches will offer a free measure and quote for interested customers.
“I value listening to the customer, I hear them out about what they want and offer some advice here and there but it is about what they want,” she said.
“Before moving here I had been doing curtains for about 30 years, I am no stranger.”
Catharina’s Vintage Stitches is located at 141 Allan St and can be found online at catharinasvintagestitches.com.au
Catharina Sudholz is offering customers a free measure and quote.