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Sewing a Future with Jenny Wecker of Fawn Design

Marvelous Moms Club Archive

Hey everyone! Today's episode comes from the founder and CEO of Fawn Design bags, Jenny Wecker! You probably already love her bags, and her interview will make you love the story behind them! Jenny has two adorable girls. Georgia is almost two and June is nearing 10 months! Not only does she take care of two young children, she also runs her business full time. She's the type of mom who proves you can accomplish huge things while still being an amazing mom.


18 Feb 2020

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PPP 040: Jenny Wecker | Creator and Owner of Fawn Design

Pregnancy Perfect Podcast

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1hr 12mins

17 May 2019

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Jenny Wecker, CEO/Founder Fawn Design

Walk Like Beggars

Walk Like Beggars | Jenny Wecker is the CEO and Founder of the multimillion dollar female bag company Fawn Design which set the standard for diaper bags. Fawn Design - Helping women embrace every stage of Womanhood. More importantly, Jenny is a wife and mom of 2. Dive in as we learn her story from the early days of sewing herself as a little girl, to having celebrities around the world rock her bags. She is an incredibly powerful female and we were honored to have her on the show. 


4 Apr 2019

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Episode 13 - Fawn Design

One Amazing Mompreneur with Nicole Yontz

Today’s guest is Jenny Wecker, the founder and designer at Fawn Design. She gets personal about how she started out, the effect it’s had on her marriage and she has, hands down, the best answer to the Fast 5questionsn “what’s your guilty pleasure”. I died. Click here to read my full review of the Fawn Design tote for SavvySassyMoms.com. Please follow me on Instagram @OneAmazingMomPod!


17 Feb 2019

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Serving refugees, the circle of giving, and tips for a successful Kickstarter | with Jenny Wecker of Fawn Design (TLBP #18)

The LifeBeats Project

Today I am so happy to introduce you to seamstress, kickstarter pro, and business owner of Fawn Design, Jenny Wecker.  Jenny takes us on a journey of using her talent and passion coupled with time management and tenacity to create a thriving business for her family.  Jenny shares how her love of sewing began as as she was taught by her mother at a young age of 5 and the hot pink stretch velvet dress that boosted her confidence.  She shares the crucial role Kickstarter played in the growth of her business as the demand for her stylish and functional diaper bags grew beyond her capacity to sew and how she raised $42,000 in 15 days.  She offers 3 key pieces of advice for success on Kickstarter.  Jenny also shares how she has been involved with helping refugees here in Utah, home to 60,000 refugees from around the globe, and introduces us to the Serve Refugees app which provides specific ideas and projects that you can become involved in at a local level.  Jenny also reveals something that she has regreted that spurred her desire create a weekly Periscope to help other budding entrepreneurs.  Be ready to be inspired to utilize your talents for the good of others and for a big dose of ‘yes its possible’. I am so excited to be able to offer a special giveaway just for The LifeBeats Project listeners.  One lucky listener will receive one gorgeous Fawn Design diaper bag by entering with 3 easy steps: Follow @lifebeatsproject and @fawndesign on Instagram Subscribe to my podcast in iTunes –  Search for The LifeBeats Project in the iTunes Store under Podcasts and then click ‘subscribe’ below Mike & I’s photo Look for the giveaway post in Instagram of the Fawn Design diaper bag and comment with the word ‘subscribed’ and two friends who would love a chance to win The giveaway will run from Monday night June 6th to Sunday at midnight MST June 12th.  Fingers crossed for you my friend! Show Notes: Fawn Design Website Fawn Design Instagram Feed

1hr 1min

7 Jun 2016