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Sew Much More

Welcome to the Sew Much More Podcast!  The interviews here are with creative business owners, mostly in the Custom Window Treatment, Soft Home Furnishings, and Upholstery industry, but also with others that are sewing related or business related.

Thanks for taking the time to listen.  Stop by The Sew Much More Podcast Facebook page and let me know what you think!


Oct 30, 2022



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Oct 23, 2022

Lisa Brock is the owner of Brock Custom Interiors in the Birmingham AL area. Born and raised in the south, married her college sweetheart and best friend. They raised 5 children on a pastor’s salary learning to make a dollar stretch. We were often gifted hand-me-down furniture that I would turn into usable goods in...

Oct 16, 2022

Kevin Kise owns a workroom and is a designer for Kise Interiors. Coming from humble beginnings in Rural Franklin County, Ohio, his passion for fabrics began when at 8 his Grandmother showed him how to sew, and cook. Her beliefs were that every man should know how to fix a hole in his jeans and cook for himself. Kevin...

Oct 9, 2022

Lisa O'Brien is the owner of All Things Material.

Raised in Northern Kentucky, as a child Lisa O’Brien was always creating something. No wonder she became an artist!

Custom window treatments add an artistic element to every home. Creativity, education, and detail are necessary to provide customers with the right look...

Oct 2, 2022

Where is the problem in your workflow?  I would love to hear from you about it.  Let me know on the Sew Much More Facebook page.  


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