Small Batch Manufacturing: Dream Big, Think Small
Small Batch Manufacturing: Dream Big, Think Small
Meet LOWRY the sewbot: Company boosting soft goods industry with robotic "sewists"
Meet LOWRY the sewbot: Company boosting soft goods industry with robotic "sewists"

A one page news feature about Atlanta-based startup SoftWear Automation and its automated sewing technology.

As seen in Sew News April/May 2016 issue

Full article available upon request

Textiles in America
Textiles in America

An extensively researched and reported, 2,500-word news-feature about the state of the U.S. textile manufacturing industry, including interviews with fabric companies, textile mill employees and the president of a national textile council.

As seen in Stitch magazine, Summer 2015 issue

Full article available upon request

Game Changer: The first-ever Singer machine forged the way for home sewists and big business
Game Changer: The first-ever Singer machine forged the way for home sewists and big business

A news brief about the Smithsonian "American Innovation" exhibit, featuring the first-ever Singer sewing machine to demonstrate the Singer Co. effect on marketing and sales practices.

As seen in Sew News magazine, Feb./March 2016 issue

Full article available upon request

It's all about "Sewing Hope"
It's all about "Sewing Hope"

An interview with Sister Rosemary Nyirumbe, subject of the documentary "Sewing Hope" and one of TIME magazine's 100 Most Influential People of 2015. Her school in her native Uganda empowers former female soldiers by teaching them to make a living through sewing.

As seen in Stitch magazine, Spring 2015 issue

Full article available upon request

Fighting the Ebola crisis with weddings gowns
Fighting the Ebola crisis with weddings gowns

An interview with a Baltimore-based wedding dressmaker who used her sewing skills to help Johns Hopkins University create an improved hazmat suit for healthcare workers treating Ebola patients in Africa.

As seen in Stitch magazine, Summer 2015 issue

Full article available upon request

Small Batch Manufacturing: Dream Big, Think Small
Meet LOWRY the sewbot: Company boosting soft goods industry with robotic "sewists"
Textiles in America
Game Changer: The first-ever Singer machine forged the way for home sewists and big business
It's all about "Sewing Hope"
Fighting the Ebola crisis with weddings gowns
Letting Go of Caffeine
Confessions of a yo-yo dieter
Small Batch Manufacturing: Dream Big, Think Small
Meet LOWRY the sewbot: Company boosting soft goods industry with robotic "sewists"

A one page news feature about Atlanta-based startup SoftWear Automation and its automated sewing technology.

As seen in Sew News April/May 2016 issue

Full article available upon request

Textiles in America

An extensively researched and reported, 2,500-word news-feature about the state of the U.S. textile manufacturing industry, including interviews with fabric companies, textile mill employees and the president of a national textile council.

As seen in Stitch magazine, Summer 2015 issue

Full article available upon request

Game Changer: The first-ever Singer machine forged the way for home sewists and big business

A news brief about the Smithsonian "American Innovation" exhibit, featuring the first-ever Singer sewing machine to demonstrate the Singer Co. effect on marketing and sales practices.

As seen in Sew News magazine, Feb./March 2016 issue

Full article available upon request

It's all about "Sewing Hope"

An interview with Sister Rosemary Nyirumbe, subject of the documentary "Sewing Hope" and one of TIME magazine's 100 Most Influential People of 2015. Her school in her native Uganda empowers former female soldiers by teaching them to make a living through sewing.

As seen in Stitch magazine, Spring 2015 issue

Full article available upon request

Fighting the Ebola crisis with weddings gowns

An interview with a Baltimore-based wedding dressmaker who used her sewing skills to help Johns Hopkins University create an improved hazmat suit for healthcare workers treating Ebola patients in Africa.

As seen in Stitch magazine, Summer 2015 issue

Full article available upon request

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