1 9 6 9 – 1 9 7 4 (USA)
10 minute episodes
Veteran TV seamstress Lucille Rivers gave housewives hints on how to handle sewing problems in this popular syndicated series of the early 1970s, when it aired on 120 stations in America.
Rivers had appeared on local TV shows in New York in the early 1950s and on Home in the mid-1950s, discussing her field, which followed years of lecturing and writing for McCall’s magazine and owning her own custom dressmaking shop in the Big Apple.
One of the last TV series to run only 10 minutes, the series was retitled The New Lucille Rivers Show in 1973.