Pauls Valley, OK, Pauls Valley Democrat

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January 29, 2013

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“When you go to a ball game you don’t want to see someone with the same shirt that you have,” said Jones, whose work even includes clients outside the county like in Davis due to extra options like bling. “It stays busy pretty much all year around, but we love our sports seasons.”

What Jones enjoys the most about operating the business and keeps her coming back every day is seeing the results of her work out in public. She is proud of the detail people can see in the designs and just about anything that can be worn can display that creativity for any occasion.

 Joining Jones at the shop most days is Jeanna Davis, her main helper, with additional help from people like her sister Charlotte Wood and her mother. The store is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. and is closed Saturdays and Sundays and is located at 115 W. Paul Avenue.

“I always thought it was neat to come up with an idea and see it on a shirt… You see people wearing it and say ‘Hey I did that shirt’.”

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