Podcast Episode #92: Brenda Ratliff

Brenda Ratliff on the Crafty Planner podcast

Today’s podcast guest is Brenda Ratliff. Brenda is one of the most prolific producers in the industry between owning Pink Castle Fabrics in Ann Arbor, Michigan, designing two fabric collections for RJR Fabrics, hosting Glamp Stitchalot, co-organizing Sew Pro, and being a wife and a mother. We talk about how she balances her family and work, designing her fabric lines, and her advice for someone starting out in the industry. You wouldn’t want to miss this episode!

Notes from the Show:

Sew Mama Sew

Dan Gilbert of the Cleveland Cavaliers

Tula Pink

Art Gallery Fabrics

Heather Ross

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Comments 6

  1. I thoroughly enjoyed this one! Brenda has some great knowledge and wonderful advise in this. I especially like what she said about long arm quilting. I hope to get to visit her store one day. Thanks Sandy for doing these informative podcasts even though I don’t quilt I learn so much more!

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  3. I really enjoyed this! I’m relatively new to podcasts, but not new to sewing or quilting. ;o) I could happily listen to this episode again and again. There was so much valuable information and discussion in this podcast. I highly appreciated Brenda’s insights and her candidness in sharing the knowledge she has from her experiences, which I feel was aided by your pertinent questions, Sandi. Well done! I learned so much and want to thank both of you for your time and the contribution you’re making to the sewing/quilting community.

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      Thank you for your kind comments and for listening! I’m glad you enjoyed the episode. Brenda is a valuable part of our community and I appreciate her honesty and experiences.

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