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Subject: Has anyone moved their sewing room out of their house? I would really love to hear your experiences before making the jump myself. Feel free to email me if you don't want to post here


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Date Posted: Saturday, October 04, 01:33:23pm


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I've only made it out to the garage but it works great for me! (NT)DarleneSaturday, October 04, 07:38:27pm

I'm still in my living room. If I expand, hire a couple people, I will need to move out... (NT)bgSunday, October 05, 07:59:18am

I would love to. However, I'd also need to hire a few helping hands and honestly that part scares me. Taking the time to teach someone "the ropes" could seriously cut into construction time. Honestly not sure where to start or who would be the best effective help to hire to increase production. (NT)would like to know how the BN's did it when they started.Sunday, October 05, 10:07:08am

Celtic Couture seem to have a nice, small, manageable sized staff and appear to be doing good business and keeping busy. Anyone have any insight as to how they moved to a store front business? (NT)Would like to move.Monday, October 06, 10:25:28am

I've heard Ireland (does/did?) offer small business grants that a lot of the dressmakers over there took advantage of. Other than that I would assume a large start up loan is involved. (NT)JBDMonday, October 06, 10:44:00am

I think most areas would offer small business grants but my problem would be doing up the business plan they require. How do you say "I make over the top costumes for an amazing, fabulous underground cult know as competetive Irish Dancing?" It's funny, but seriously, how do we sell that??!!! (NT):-))Monday, October 06, 04:57:52pm


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