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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) - A St. Louis company and makeover expert are teaming up to makeover domestic abuse shelters as a part of the "Sacred Sewing Room National Tour."

Terry Grahl is the founder of the non-profit organization 'Enchanted Makeovers' and Samantha Palmer is with the Fenton based sewing machine maker, 'Baby Lock.'

They stopped by to share more about the program.




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