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Sewing Camp


Teena's Legacy 2019 Summer Sewing Camp

This is a beginners sewing camp for youth ages 7-17.

Deadline for registration is July 8th

Dates and times

June 3rd-7th  ( This session is full to capacity)

June 17th-21st (This session is full to capacity)

July 15th-19th

July 22nd-26th 

Camp time: 10am-1pm or later 

Camp Fee

$85 per week

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Summer Sewing Camp


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About Us


Teena's Legacy Mission And Vision

Our mission is to create a safe space for women to explore their authentic self; using the trade of upholstery as a conduit for self-discovery. 

Within 20 years our vision is to embolden 20,000,000 girls and women to become architects of their own future through Inner-Transformation, Self-Exploration, and Entrepreneurship. Our goal is to have a long lasting presence in 20 U.S. Cities and 20 Countries in Africa.  

Teena's Legacy Core Values:

  •  Love
  • Truthfulness
  • Creativity
  • Abundance and Prosperity
  • Sisterhood
  • And Living In Your Greatness!  


Who Is Teena and what Is Her Legacy


Teena’s Legacy was founded in 2013 by Jamika Smith in honor of her grandmother Alberteen Stredrick (Teena). Alberteen transition back in 2011, but not without leaving a long-lasting impact on Jamika’s life hence motivating her to keep her legacy alive.

Alberteen (Teena) was creative, vibrant and always about her business. She grow up in the town of Pastoria and Sherrill, Arkansas. Shortly after graduating, she went to New York City for vocational training and returned to Arkansas to work on the family farm. She left Arkansas for Chicago at the tender age of 19 in order to earn a better living for her family. She held a number of jobs including clerical, domestic, culinary, resale, and factory work. She retired from Leaf Brand Candy Co. where she held a number of position. Alberteen (Teena) was an accomplished seamstress and a self-taught interior decorator. She had a creative eye for fashion which resulted in unique and stylish clothes; she would model her designs in fashion shows she hosted and coordinated in the basement of her home and different local venues. She also had a gift in restoring and reviving old furniture back to its original glory.

Grandma believed strongly in self-sufficiency and having your own, her vision for her family was for them to tap into their natural gifts and use them to start their own business and leave a legacy for their children. And I am doing just that, keeping my grandmother's legacy alive for my daughter, and the cycle will continue.


Three Generations of GREATNESS!


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Teena's Legacy

320 Tennessee St, Cartersville, Georgia 30120, United States

773 678-3638

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