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Seamwork Radio: A Dream of Self-Sufficiency with Morgan Meredith

Morgan Meredith is the designer and creator of Thread Theory, a menswear sewing pattern line. From the time she was little, Morgan knew she wanted a life that she could control. But when her husband decided to join the military, she thought those dreams might be shattered.

Listen to Morgan’s story of dramatic changes and rediscovering what really makes her happy.

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Sarai Mitnick


Sarai started Colette back in 2009. She believes the primary role of a business should be to help people. She loves good books, sewing with wool, her charming cats, working in her garden, and eating salsa.



November 20, 2015 #

I am enjoying these podcasts so much. I have been listening while I sew and they have all been very well done and encouraging! It’s good to hear about others’ sewing journeys.
Thanks and congratulations for a job well done.


November 25, 2015 #

I’ve also been enjoying these wonderful podcasts Colette has been putting together. This episode was really my favorite! Not only did it introduce me to some new mens sewing patterns but I really enjoyed getting to know Morgan. I could really relate to her shy-ness and desire to live more simply :)