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Like many of us pursuing our own creative dreams, Amy Butler built her business one small step at a time. She designed and stitched and designed some more and before long fabric lovers across the country knew her name.
On this episode of CraftSanity, designer Amy, 42, of Grandville, Ohio, takes us back to her creative roots and shares her story, one sure to inspire those of you working to build a creative business of your own.
Win Amy Butler Prizes! Not long after our chat, Amy sent me a massive box of goodies to give away to CraftSanity listeners, so comment away folks. Leave a comment about episode 88 below this post to enter to win the drawing for one of several Amy Butler prizes. From now until Nov. 15 I will be giving away fabric stacks, patterns and copies of “Amy Butler’s Little Stitches for little ones: 20 Keepsake Sewing Projects For Baby and Mom,” so check back often to see if you won.
A Special Thanks to the Episode 88 Sponsors!
This is episode is sponsored by Jill Zielinski of the Knitterella shop and blog. Jill specializes in unique stationery for knitters and crafters. Visit www.knitterella.com for great stocking stuffer ideas, sweet stationery and one-of-a-kind gift tags to add a perfect finishing touch to your handmade gifts.
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