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Hab by Usha offers sewing experiences on Women's Day
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Mar '14
The Hab, a short form for Haberdashery, is a one stop shop for all your sewing needs. The Hab by Usha in Mumbai hosted an evening for select ladies on International Women’s Day, 8th March 2014 at their Mumbai store. Providing women a chance to express their creative talent, The Hab provided each lady with a scarf which they could customize as per their design sensibility. 
 
Each woman could create beautiful designs using different decorative stitches and embroidery patterns of the Usha Janome automatic sewing machines and colorful beads, sequins, embellishments and much more under the guidance of trained sewing experts. These sewing experts shared design tips and helped women transform their inspiration into a style statement at the sewing workstations. 
 
Located on the buzzing Linking Road, this store offers a plethora of new experiences, encourages learning and creativity through workshops, demos and store exhibits, for all age groups. 
 
Design, craft and fashion come together to create a revolutionary concept of a signature experiential store, The Hab by Usha, a space that inspires people to create, innovate and experience the art of sewing.
 
About USHA International
USHA International Limited is a trusted house hold consumer durables company with a turnover of Rs. 2000 crores (approximately) today. Building on its 75 year old heritage with the knowledge and vibrancy of today, the company has grown from strength to strength developing an infrastructure of 16 location offices, 60 company showrooms, 34 warehouses and 220 service centres backed by an in-house customer call centre. 

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