How would you describe your business?
I create things that I love, then I peddle those things. Somehow, it all works out.
How did you get into your trade?
My Grandmother would give me sewing supplies when I was very young to keep me busy: needles, scrap fabric, jars of buttons—the normal stuff you hand to a four year old. I began to sew, now I can’t stop.
Working as a maker on the Central Coast can be hard, expensive, and risky. Why do you do it?
It is cheaper than therapy.