Episode #63: Jenny Rushmore
On today’s episode of the Craft Industry Alliance podcast we're talking about starting an indie sewing pattern company from scratch with my guest, Jenny Rushmore. Jenny is a body positive sewing blogger and she recently also became a sewing pattern designer when she launched her company Cashmerette Patterns which creates curve-friendly patterns in sizes 12-28 and cup sizes C-H. Originally from the UK but now living in Boston, Jenny learned to sew at 30 and it transformed her life, leading not only to a new found body confidence but a change in career. Jenny is passionate about helping curvy and plus size women feel fantastic by learning to sew clothes that fit well and look great.
We recorded this episode at Grey's Fabrics in Boston's South End. Thank you to Sarah Grey for hosting us!
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