We are a part of a very interesting industry. Sewing and Quilting business are unlike most other industries. Sewing is a craft and not just a product. For many people, there is a lot of nostalgia attached to handsewn items. I think this gives sewing a different feel than other small business categories. It’s also an industry where you can have your hands in many different pots. There’s not just one way to make a living with sewing. You could be a blogger, pattern designer, author, ghost writer (patterns or blogs), fabric designer, stunt sewer, teacher, pattern tester… the list goes on. And there are new categories opening up all the time. Many of the people that are considered “industry professionals” are not just focusing on one of these jobs either, they are making a living by making income from several different places. Now let’s say you are interested in taking your sewing to a professional level. Where do..
Hi everyone! Check it out! I’m on the Modern Sewciety podcast! I was lucky enough to meet Stephanie at Quilt Market last year and we got to talking about everything I have going on. I apparently talk a lot because I’m the only one on this episode! So you can hop over to her blog and hear me talk for an hour about me, my fabric line Pie Making Day, Pink Castle Fabrics, Sew Pro, and Camp Stitchlaotand just quilting in general. This is the first time that I’ve really talked about Sew Pro. I will have a post soon with a lot more details but I spill the beans about this new venture that Sara from Sew Sweetness and I are putting together. Anyway, go over and listen to me chat with Stephanie! Let me know what you think! Brenda