She loves the family atmosphere at D.A. Designs, and she’s proud to work alongside her daughter, Sandy. And we’re proud of the incredible skills and experiences that Petra brings to our amazing seamstress team.
One of the reasons D.A. Designs Dancewear is successful is because we are a very close-knit family business.
From sewing Barbie clothes to sewing beautiful custom costumes for studios and schools across the county, we’d like you to meet another of our experienced seamstresses at D.A. Designs: Christine Johnson.
Ever wonder how we get our custom costumes and dancewear to be flawless?
Has this happened to you? You’ve transported your dance costume in a garment bag and when you pull it out, it’s wrinkled! How are you going to get those unsightly wrinkles out before the competition?
Has this happened to you? You’ve transported your dance costume in a garment bag and when you pull it out, it’s wrinkled! How are you going to get those unsightly wrinkles out before the competition? The first thing you do is grab an ironing board and you’re about to start ironing your costume. One word of advice…DON’T.
We noticed a lot of questions popping up lately and we wanted to give you some answers. So, here is Part 1 of our Question and Answer with Founder Dennette Nakamura and Designer Kaelin Anderson. Let’s dive right in.
We’ve had so many great years at D.A. Designs and so many of those years we’ve designed and created a lot of custom costumes for every kind of performance team including Dance Studios, Guards, Dance & Cheer Teams, Drill Teams, and Majorettes.
If you MUST wear a mask, then you might as well look great doing it!
Thank you all for your support this season! We’re so excited for next season and can’t wait to make it the best one yet. First, we need some feedback from you! We have a quick survey for all of our customers so we can get some insights on how this season went, and what to…