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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Custom Fabric. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Custom Fabric, often where they are interviewed.

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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Custom Fabric. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Custom Fabric, often where they are interviewed.

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Black Anime Custom Fabric with Queenora Renee Fabrics

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The Black Anime custom fabric is available for pre-order from May 19th to June 2nd. 

Find Queenora Renee Fabrics in these social media spots:

Website: queenorareneefabrics.com

IG: instagram.com/queenora_renee_fabrics

FB: http://facebook.com/queenorareneefabrics

And tune in to her podcast, co-hosted with her husband, "Married n Shit"

On Facebook: https://facebook.com/marriednshitpodcast

On iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/married-n-sh-t/id1508749065

On Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4SIuCG3lgV0xoEMYdzrUHA

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May 20 2020 · 56mins
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Melanated Custom Fabric with Emerald Curtain Fabric

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Pamela has a new round of fabric! Her Round Six is Open now until May 5th. Check out her social media pages to see the amazing selections. You can place your preorders on her website.

Instagram

Facebook

Website (to preorder fabrics and browse current retail offerings)

Support the Stitch Please podcast and Black Women Stitch

$15 to the Paypal account for a Black Women Stitch lapel pin! DM or email your mailing to address for free shipping.

Support also appreciated here:

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Apr 22 2020 · 1hr 1min

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Bonus: Intro to Custom Fabric and BLACKTOBER sneak peek

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Visit Finer Fabrics between 9/17 and 10/8 to preorder the African Inspired knit fabric collection: https://queenorascloset.com/collections/finer-fabrics-by-queenora

Support Stitch Please and the Black Women Stitch Project
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Sep 25 2019 · 11mins
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Ep 31. Designing and Engineering Custom Fabric Buildings with Legacy Building Solutions

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Millions of square feet around the world is covered by fabric buildings. What we wanted to know is how much has the technology has evolved? Fabric buildings were at one time typically used for equipment or product storage but are now being constructed for sport facilities and even housing. The reason is in no small part thanks to innovations within the industry that have made fabric more durable and airtight, designs being more customized and the steel frames stronger while minimizing steel waste. Watch Ep 31. Here: https://youtu.be/IWNAt7wTguk

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Jul 30 2019 · 1hr 9mins

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Adam Brand - Custom Fabric Flowers by M&S Schmalberg

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M&S Schmalberg has made silk flowers in the Garment District of New York City since 1916. Their flowers are hand-made in Manhattan for apparel, bridal, accessory, millinery and home furnishing products

Adam Brand is the 4th generation of his family involved in this business.  The business was first started by brothers, Morris and Sam Schmalberg. The business was inherited by their nephew, Harold Brand and he passed it onto his children Warren and Deborah Brand.  Adam joined the business after offering to help his father Warren out for a Summer after College.  He now works in the business full time managing the online presence as one of this key projects. 

They make all the pieces in house using a collection of vintage flower making cutters, presses, molds and tools.  Their team construct each flower by hand and the pieces are packed and distributed.  You can purchase from their stock, ask for a specific design or as you will hear in the podcast send in your own fabric.

With much change having occurred within the garment district since the company first began in 1916 they have become a one of a kind business within the industry.  They continue to focus on specialty work, custom and large production orders working with local and international brands.  They are looking forward to sustaining the business, in hopes for the next generation and beyond.

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Dec 10 2018 · 23mins