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6 Responses

  1. Hi Jane
    Thanks for the wonderfull webinar. You talked about choosing your platform. could you please elaborate what is a platform and how do I choose one?

    I also didn’t get the show you mentioned with low minimums for small business could please post it again.

    Thanks again


  2. Hi Maymunah,
    The fabric show I mentioned is the DG Expo Show, http://www.dgexpo.net.
    As for the platform, I just mean what social media(s) or website/blog you will use. For instance, Pinterest is one platform, a WordPress blog is another, Instagram is another. Too many designers try to do multiple platforms at the same time and it’s just too hard if you’re a one-man show. I say start with one or two, get GREAT at them, then add more if you can.

  3. Thank you, Jane, for all the wonderful information. I have had the pleasure of sitting in on several of your webinars. Please keep the info coming, it’s very helpful for all of us struggling designers.


  4. Thanks Cleo! It’s awesome to hear from you and know what I do help you. Means a lot to me. I will keep the info flowing. Jane

  5. I when you said in the video that designers buy fabric from retail does “retail” mean like Joans fabric or A local store like that? And is it okay to use these types of stores to make the sample products ? Thanks Kim

    1. Yes, Kim, it means stores like Jo-Ann fabrics. I do not recommend using these fabrics for anything other than the very first sample. Ideally you want to make the samples our of the same fabric you will use for producing your stock/inventory.

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