Bloggers and Businesses Partnering for Profit!

| March 30, 2010

Business2Blogger is a service designed to help connect businesses and bloggers for FREE.  Businesses are looking for bloggers to review and help spread the word about their products and services. This is where Business2Blogger comes in to connect the two to present their needs/offers. “Big blogs & small, they want you all.” Partnering with bloggers [...]

Attention: Sewing Business Blog Disclosure Statement

| December 4, 2009

The Federal Trade Commission has decided that all blogs must have a disclosure statement.  Please read the Sewing Business Blog Disclosure Statement that follows, and if you are a blogger visit DisclosurePolicy.org to get your own customized disclosure statement for your website. All information published on the Sewing Business Blog is provided “as is” without [...]

Interview With Jill Green of Homemade By Jill

| September 8, 2009

Jill Green of the Homemade By Jill Blog says that she’s been sewing for about three years, and although she is mostly self taught, her mom is a great seamstress so Jill calls on her to help out if she runs into trouble.  A brief stint at Martha Stewart also helped Jill to improve her [...]

Interview With Ashley Hackshaw of Lil Blue Boo

| August 14, 2009

Ashley Hackshaw’s mother taught her the basics of sewing when she was around six years old.  Her mom used to make their clothes, bedding, and curtains, and was always taking on big household projects like re-painting the kitchen cabinets.  Ashley has since gone from career woman to stay-at-home mom of Sienna, a precocious 2-year old [...]

Interview with Shelly Leer of Flipt Studio

| July 17, 2009

Shelly Leer provides the “best of home ec and shop class with lots of tools and fabric and no cooking” at her Flipt Studio blog. We were impressed with all the re-styles, re-design, and re-purpose projects that she shares, both through her blog and at Curbly.com under the moniker ModHomeEcTeacher, so we asked Shelly for [...]