Lydia started sewing at a young age with the guidance of her grandmother and mother, who were both seamstresses. When Lydia bought
her Harley Davidson in 2001 and saw that many bikers wore a vest with patches on them, she thought, why couldn't she sew on leather.
She bought an industrial sewing machine in 2002 and did her own patch sewing. Soon friends and aquaintenaces saw her work and
asked where she had it done. The request to do sewing for others became quite the demand. She has been sewing now for over 43 years
and leather sewing for over 13 years.
Lydia is equipped to sew on pockets without sewing them shut, replace zippers in boots
and coats, alterations, mending general and leather sewing, and snap replacement.
Lydia currently sews for a large majority of
Harley Davidson dealers and many other motorcycle shops throughout Colorado and parts of Wyoming.
"... I trust her more then I can say and her work is the best."