We were honored to partner with these great companies as we worked to complete the book. There contribution was incredibly generous, wise and truly interesting. We encourage you to visit their sites and buy their products.
ModCloth: ModCloth’s mission is to democratize the fashion industry. They seek to do so by empowering their community of shoppers through a social commerce platform that brings products to market with customer feedback and validation. Visit their website or Pinterest Profile.
Josephine Kimberling. Josephine is a Textile Designer that influences multiple industries and uses Pinterest to engage her sophisticated clientele. View her website here and her Pinterest Profile here.
BurdaStyle: BurdaStyle is the largest DIY fashion and sewing community in the world with over half a million registered members online and nearly 7 million pageviews a month. You can visit their website here, and visit their Pinterest Profile here.
Clickitupanotch.com: You can improve your photos one click at a time with the help of Courtney and the terrific team at Click It Up A Notch. Visit their website here, and their Pinterest Profile here.
Made: AKA Dana Made It. Dana Willard is an author and expert at showing you how to make things. With vibrant tutorials and excellent step by step guides, she shows you the way to do things right. You can visit her site here, or her Pinterest Profile here.
Mars Hill is a large church made up of smaller congregations and that meet in multiple states. Each church is led by qualified elders and deacons and dedicated to serving Jesus and people in the context of their local community. You can visit their website here, and their Pinterest Profile here.
Charity Water: Is a non-profit organization bringing clean, safe drinking water to people in developing countries. 100% of all public donations directly fund water projects. You can visit their website here, and their Pinterest Profile here.
Lil Blue Boo: Ashley Hackshaw is the founder and chief DIYer at Lil Blue Boo. Ashley speaks around the country on a variety of subjects including growing a successful handmade business, blogging, living a creative life, her journey with cancer and more. You can visit her website here, and her Pinterest Profile here.
Liberty Jane Clothing: At Liberty Jane Clothing we sell custom doll fashions, publish original patterns, and work with over 700 Sew-From-Home small business owners to build their businesses. You can see our website here, and our pattern site here, and our Pinterest Profile here.