Houston and Scott in TulsaPeople Magazine

Houston and Scott in TulsaPeople Magazine

The March 2023 issue of TulsaPeople Magazine features a full page article about Houston and Scott.

TulsaPeople describes itself as "Tulsa’s award-winning city magazine" that "captures the spirit of Tulsa, and celebrates living, working and playing in the city.  With beautiful design, photography and compelling journalism, TulsaPeople engages, informs and enlightens its readers by showcasing the people, places, events and things that make life in Tulsa interesting and fun."

The March article about Houston and Scott is the top story of the Lifestyle section. The printed edition includes a full page photo of selected vintage fabrics from the Houston and Scott home studio with a title of "Vintage Vibes." It goes on to say, "Stacks of vintage fabrics line the shelves of Houston Conner’s backyard sewing studio. From there he designs custom pillows and other home decor for his company Houston and Scott."   

 TulsaPeople Lifestyle Vintage Vibes March 2023_Houston and Scott

Turning the page, you see another full page article titled "In stitches: A love of sewing and vintage style build a business" written by Anne Brockman, TulsaPeople Magazine editor.

The article includes a photo of Houston and Scott together in their home sewing studio with one of Houston's vintage sewing machines

TulsaPeople March 2023 In Stitches article about Houston and Scott custom pillows and home décor

The article begins by saying, "Colorful patterns, thoughtful design and handmade touches are the elements that bind Houston Conner’s business, Houston and Scott custom pillows and home decor.

Conner’s love of sewing started early, around age 8, learning the craft from his mom and grandmother on an early 1960s Singer Fashion Mate machine and a high school home economics class. Frustrations with a modern machine turned Conner away, but as soon as the pandemic hit, he returned to the craft he loves with a purchase of a 1961 Dressmaker machine."

You can read the full article online at the TulsaPeople Magazine website

Article by Anne Brockman

Photos by Michelle Pollard

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