SAC-Meetup: Makers Gonna Make
It’s not unusual to turn a hobby into a business, and that includes crafting. If you have ever thought about selling your crafts or turning your crafting into a part-time or full-time business, this is the meetup for you.
We are bringing craft makers of all levels together to learn new tips, hear from successful crafters and get inspired.
This is the perfect way to meet other local Craft Makers to trade ideas and show off your Creations! Craft makers of all types are welcome!
This Months speaker:
"In my early 20’s I worked for Macys in San Francisco visual merchandising.
After working for Macys for 7 years I started my on visual company in the bay area doing windows for small boutiques. Which turn into a major visual company travel all over the United States consulting for large brands.
Between the early 80’s and late 90’s I had two mens stores in San Francisco, The Producer and Button Down both stores were high end. The focus was updated traditional and European imports. Launched my own brand Jon Michael Stevenson. Shirts, ties, pants, all made in USA.
In 1989 I launched my a baby brand called Trumpette in San Francisco. It was all contemporary baby wear. I was first to ever do black for babies. Trumpette was launched by Barneys New York. They had 23 stores across America and they created a Trumpette boutique in every store.
Trumpette was a trend setter.
The company crew to become global." - Jon
Show and Tell:
It is always fun to see what others are creating. Bring in a sample of what you make, or even a picture of what you want to make.