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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!


Aug 6, 2017


I am so excited to share this episode with all of you!  I have now been producing this podcast for one year!  And 54 episodes and 52,000 downloads later, I'm still excited and happy to be bringing it to you every week.

To celebrate, I asked my first three guests to come back on and answer some of the questions I added after I had interviewed them.  To do this, I had to relisten to the first three episodes, and I enjoyed hearing from Susan Woodcock, Michele Williams, and Donna Cash.  

So listen in as I ask them the questions my newer guests have been tortured with!

I made the podcast into two separate podcasts because aparently, I have added more questions than I realized!

You can find Susan Woodcock at Home Dec Gal and on Facebook and her find out more about her newest venture; Workroom Tech!


Susan Woodcock owns Home Dec Gal a how-to sewing and decorating resource and custom workroom in western North Carolina, and is a instructor and international speaker. She’s also worked in marketing and brand management and co-produces the Custom Workroom Conference with her husband, Rodger Walker. Susan’s publishing credits include Sewing Custom Curtains, Shades and Top Treatments (Singer, 2016). In 2017 Susan and Rodger founded Custom Workroom Technical Center, a hands-on training facility in Tryon, NC dedicated to the workroom industry. She credits her mother with teaching her to sew and inspiring her career of creativity.


Michele Williams is fiercely committed to guiding creative business owners in the understanding of complex business concepts and processes in a simplified way. She strives to help them be profitable which allows for a healthier work-life balance. Michele is the owner of The Scarlet Thread, LLC. She owns a drapery workroom as well as a strategic coaching business. With a degree from The University of South Carolina in Management Information Systems and Administrative Management, Michele has combined her love of creativity and textiles with the nitty gritty of business management to help other creatives learn the technical and financial sides of business. Michele is a Profit First Certified Coach, and she is the president of the national WCAA and a member of the Atlanta and Virtual chapters of WCAA. Michele is also a member of WFCP, Design Collective, NAPW, and Designers’ Workroom Council. For more information go to Scarlet Thread Consulting.

You can also find Michele on Facebook on The Build A Profitable Business for Interior Designers and Workrooms and Custom Pricing for the Creative Industry

Tune in next week when I follow up with Donna Cash!