In this podcast episode, Jenn McMillan explains how she came to develop a thread conditioner for hand sewing and how she’s built the business through collaborations with designers and event sponsorship.
Sara Bryant started her business, Bee’s Knees Knee Pads, to solve a problem for a small, but specific, group of people — pole dancers. Her goal was simple: make a better knee pad.
Could plastic-free packaging attract more customers to your craft product? Get tips from businesses that adopted sustainable packaging for their products.
Simple customizations to your packaging can help create a cohesive brand experience, help you save money on shipping costs, and protect your products in transit. Dive into our list of custom product packaging options to find the option that works best for your business.
In this podcast episode, paper artist Abigail McMurray of Yeiou Paper Objects explains how she’s pivoted in her business from one product to another until she found the right product/market fit and began to be profitable.
This month, Jenn McMillan is celebrating the 1-year anniversary of her company Sew Fine Thread Gloss, proving that a little help from your friends can go a long way in growing a business. The company offers beeswax-based thread conditioners that help avoid thread snags, frays, and tangles when doing any kind of handwork. Jenn’s goal is simple: help make hand-sewing a more enjoyable process.
In sharing the story of how the WEFTY Needle was developed I want to encourage you to pursue your own product development ideas and help you plan ahead.
On today’s episode of the While She Naps podcast we’re talking about product development with my guest, Annie Unrein. A creative lifetime quilter, Annie Unrein of Patterns by Annie and ByAnnie.com has been designing patterns and teaching since 2000. With a focus on practical and useful projects, Annie’s patterns appeal to sewists of all ages […]