muslin bags

  1. What to do with your wedding dress after the wedding?

    June 29, 2018

     Your wedding dress is one of the most memorable, and the most expensive item of clothing you’ve ever bought.  What you do with your dress after the wedding will be indicative of your new life.  In nearly every case, you will want to have your gown cleaned and preserved.  A gown that is dirty will […]

  2. May is a Month for Honoring our Military

    May 9, 2018

    How to Store and Care for a Military Member’s Uniform Military uniforms of our servicemen and women deserve respect.  Preserving these uniforms for future generations is easily done. The key is to protect them from the elements especially light and moisture. With proper handling, the uniforms should last for hundreds of years. The first step […]

  3. Caring for and Storing a Military Uniform

    November 8, 2017

    The military uniforms of our servicemen and women deserve respect.  Preserving uniforms for future generations is easily done. The key is to protect them from the elements especially light and moisture. With proper handling, the uniforms should last for hundreds of years.The uniform and support pieces should be as clean as possible before storing.As much […]

  4. Shoulders Covers will Keep your Clothing Looking New!

    July 17, 2017

    Do you have garments hanging in your closet that you really care about but only while they are in fashion?  Do you like to trade your wardrobe out every few years?  Are you worried some of these closing items will start to look drab in a few months? Worried about expensive dry cleaning bills? Foster-Stephens’ […]

  5. Preserving First Communion Memories

    May 5, 2017

           Springtime is practically here and with it brings about the blooming of flowers and foliage, but it may also bring a new chapter in your child’s life: First Communion.       And with making the important First Communion Sacrament comes the need to purchase a communion dress for your little girl or a suit for […]

  6. Preserving Your Wedding Dress

    August 31, 2016

    The Wedding Season is in full bloom here at Foster-Stephens’. While we are busy shipping products to carefully store and preserve one of the most special dresses a woman will ever wear, the fact is, one of the last things a bride normally thinks of is who will clean her dress.The time to look for […]

  7. New 48″ Archival Baby Garment Bag

    July 29, 2015

     In introduction to our newest baby item, we are having our first BABY SALE! A designer of christening gowns that we do business with needed a much longer Archival MuslinChristening Kit for her beautiful creations than the 38” bag that we currently stock.  Our new bag measures 48” so that the skirt will not have to […]

  8. Getting the Most out of Muslin Garment Bags

    June 2, 2014

    If you have any piece of clothing you want to hand down to your grandchildren or preserve for future generations, you may want to use a garment bag. Garment bags are protective barriers that help keep textiles in peak condition during long years of storage. They are the reason museums can display robes and gowns […]

  9. Muslin Hangers

    August 22, 2013

    Our new muslin suit hangers 17 3/4″ and are a must for clothing stored long term. Muslin is archival and will not react with the clothing it is holding. The padding on the hanger offers protection from creasing. Plastic and wire hangers are not good for textiles stored at length. We also carry a 17″ […]

  10. Embroidered Personalization

    February 26, 2013

    Embroidery of our muslin bags has become so popular that we moved our operations in house. We have a large variety of bags perfect for that special message. Our garments bags of 70”, 62”, 50”, 48, 42” and 38” are perfect for wedding gowns, dresses, costumes, suits and children’s clothing. In your choice of color […]

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