Family owned small business.

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Meet Our Strike Sewist Team

Satchia Herring

I'm Satchia (Say-shaw) the seamstress extraordinaire behind TurkeyButt Threads. My shop is named after my turkeybutt children of whom I have three, two girls, seven and five, and a two year old baby boy 🙂 I threw myself into sewing about six years ago as a way to deal with my grief over losing my grandma unexpectedly, sewing was one of the things we used to do together. I sewed on a machine that my grandpa had gifted me shortly before his passing due to cancer. So, sewing has become a thing close to my heart, a passion, a way to show my kids I love them and something that keeps those I loved close, it's not just a job or business. My five year old likes to ask me why I sewed her "twinkle star bwankie" for her, knowing the answer but just wanting to hear me tell her: "Because I love you." ❤️

Kortney Millif

I’m Kortney. 27ish years old. I own Namaste Childish Clothing Company. I started sewing to make clothes to fit over my daughter’s cloth diapers and decided to make it a business. I have 3 kiddos and I love to read.

Amanda Williams

Hi! I'm Amanda, wife to an amazing man and mother to an every growing crowd of adorable spawn. I've been sewing my whole life and sewing clothes since I was in highschool. I also own Run About Clothing, a small shop that specializes in high quality, play-proof clothing for kids. EmyJean was the first company I sewed strikes for and I've loved everything she's ever run. 

Stacy Bebb

I'm a WAHM who sews as much as she can in-between doing fun activities with the kids. My house is always a mess, guests are always welcome and I'm always up for getting out of the house! But I probably have to bring the kids with ;) my shop is Lollipop Garden and I mostly sew kids clothes but take custom orders for a huge variety of things!

Lakeisha Webb

Crystal Harrington

Hey.👋🏽 I am Crystal. I am a wife and work at home homeschooling mama to 7 beautiful blessings. I am the owner and seamstress behind Fairytale Factory Designs as well. I taught myself to sew because I could never find clothes that fit the way I liked and eventually began sewing for my children. Over time my love of sewing grew and as I learned new skills I opened my business. I have been sewing strikes for approximately three years now and love having the opportunity to showcase some amazing fabrics.