Pleased to meet you!
Party In My Pants is a woman-owned and operated small business! All of our pads and accessories are handmade with love in Ashland, Wisconsin.
Luci started sewing at the age of 3 and can whip up anything from a skunk costume to a wedding dress. She’s the brain behind the design of our pads! After years of frustration with conventional menstrual products, Luci sat down at her sewing machine and made her first cloth pad. She tested her creation and was so excited that she made more for family and friends. That was in the late '90s and her original guinea pigs still use Party in My Pants! Learn more about her in our blog article, "Sewing With Passion and Purpose: The Origin of Party in my Pants Cloth Pads"
Liz is the Media Manager at Party in My Pants! She handles the website, blog, photography, and social media accounts, and also organizes sales and promotions! Check out this article to learn more about her- "An Interview with Liz: Party in My Pants Media Manager and Cloth Pad Enthusiast"!
Colleen is our Production Manager- she schedules and orchestrates all the steps that it takes to go from a bolt of fabric to a stack of finished pads!
Maddy is our Retail Manager! She spends her days fulfilling orders, maintaining accurate inventory, assisting customers with any questions or concerns, and processing charitable donations sponsored by Party in My Pants!
Barb has been with the team for almost 12 years, and can rock any step of the sewing process! She has also created some beautiful quilts and weaving projects with scraps from our pad fabrics!
Sharon is one of our work-from-home seamstresses, and is an expert at top-stitching, which is the final step in sewing a pad!
Party In My Pants Studio
Every aspect of the business happens here in the Wilmarth School, a brownstone building that was built in the 1890s and operated as a school for over 100 years! We’re pretty proud of our home and love it when little old ladies knock on our door to tell us they once went to school here!
Ashland, Wisconsin (population 7,892) is in northern Wisconsin, nestled at the base of Chequamegon Bay on Lake Superior.