The podcast teaches you everything you need to know to be profitable at craft-based work, and dive deep on sewing as a career choice. Join your host, Krystal Douglas - a celebrity tailor, creative entrepreneur and wild mustang tamer.Krystal took a Brother home sewing machine and a $30 craigslist desk and built a six-figure sewing business that supports a life she loves… while generating hundreds of thousands of dollars in revenue each year. It definitely didn’t come easy, but this podcast is meant to help others shorten their learning curve. She shares what she's learned about entrepreneurship and business building as it applies to craft based work, and open up about what she wishes she knew when she first started. Go behind the scenes on every tool, trick, and business process Krystal has learned from costuming celebrities, manufacturing clothing, and selling products... so that you can stop questioning your skills, and start profiting from your work.
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Instead of starting from scratch, just listen. So much good info on Pull the Thread. I’ve learned so much. Thank you Krystal.
Every episode, there is something that stands out to me that hits beyond the confines of business. New perspectives that can be applied throughout life. My latest favorite is “we don’t chase, we attract“ and I wish I’d have heard this earlier in life.
Really appreciate the most recent august episode.. especially the part about social media being a handshake and not the heart of your brand! I am hungry for more episodes, when do we get to hear more great content? :)
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Pull The Thread launched a year ago and published 13 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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