Become a Partner

The Renegade Seamstress would like to invite you to join the fun!

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The Renegade Seamstress is now taking sponsors! If you’re looking to bring more exposure to your etsy shop, business or blog, please contact me at bhunting@eoni.com for rates. Your link would appear on every page sidebar with a one time feature story. I’d love to discuss the possibilities with you.

The Renegade Seamstress has been visited over 3,262,000 times and it’s growing quickly. It is averaging 6,000 views each day. With some “Best Ever” days over 21,000. I am so very lucky to have over 7,000 loyal and supportive subscribers.

Thank you for your interest in The Renegade Seamstress and I hope we can work together to create something wonderful for all of us.

28 Responses to Become a Partner

  1. Kathy Guerin says:

    Just ran across you on Pinterest! Love…I’ve been doing what you do for years, keep saying I’m going to take it further but never do. I mostly work with small boutiques locally! I could use some help and advice!? I mostly upcycled kids clothes!

  2. I really like the fact that your re-fashions are so me!!!

  3. Kendra says:

    I am a Family and Consumer Science teacher in Arkansas and am really inspired by your blog. I recently started to refashion clothing myself. I have been sewing since I was eight, but never upcycled anything before. I would love to start a blog myslef. Would you mind sharing highlights of your journey? How did you get started? How much extra time does it take? How much money did you put in to starting a blog? I know that teaching takes up a lot of my time, but I would love to have a hobby on the side. And it would be even better to make some extra money.

    • Hi Kendra, very nice to meet you. Blogging, sewing and thrifting has really been fun for me. I bet you’ll love it, too.

      When I started, I just closed my eyes and jumped right in, learning as I go. I invested a little bit in some e-courses on how to do it. (I’ve been putting one together myself and will be offering it very soon) WordPress is free to use unless you want to upgrade.

      When I first started my goal was to work on it at least an hour a day. Of course it was more on weekends, but it was never a chore and always something fun!!

      My favorite part of blogging is finding a community from all over the world of people who enjoy doing the same things that I do.

      Have a great day!
      Beth

  4. Laura Altes says:

    I totally LOVE the shoes at the very top of your blog. The reddish ones with a flower. Soooooo cute. Thanks for the blog. You’ve given me lots of ideas! Laura in Arkansas

  5. Kendra says:

    I actually jumped right in as well. I started using blogger.com, but do you recommend wordpress because of the upgrade feature if needed? I would love to take your class when you finish putting it all together. My blog is http://www.kendrasclothingcloset.blogspot.com. Check it out when you get a chance and let me know what you think.

    Thanks for the reply,

    Kendra

  6. Deborah says:

    My Goodness woman, I haven’t sewed in 30 years. Because of your website, I am now going to dig up my old singer machine, take it to the shop for refurbishing, and try some of these wonderful fashions!

    Thank you, thank you, thank you,

    Deb

  7. Nadia says:

    I would love any tips you could give me on how to get more exposure for my blog. craftyrdh.blogspot.com

  8. Mikayla says:

    I really like following your blog. I was there when the refashion contest started. Much as really wanted to join, be updated….hmmm…my job is quite in a bulk for now. Maybe in the next season I could join….hehe…I am a court stenographer and I love to sew and create new looks. I picked up a lot of things and learned so much in your blog. It’s an inspiration. Thank you and more power!

  9. What a FABULOUS blog! You came into our shop a couple of weeks ago (Alma Jane’s in La Grande, Oregon), and the owner and I were wanting to email you about an upcycling idea, but for some reason can’t get through on your email address bhunting@eoni.com! Is there another way we can contact you? Thanks!
    ~Emily at Alma Jane’s

  10. Debby says:

    I’ve sewn for most of my life – recently tried some upcycling projects. I love figuring out how to best use as much as possible of an article of clothing to create something new! I also started a blog to share my snow skirt patterns (very effective and stylish cold blockers!). I would love to know more about partnering with your site.
    Thanks, Debby

  11. Hi Beth!
    Please don’t think I’m stalking you – it’s the third comment in 10 minutes LOL
    I’d like to know more about partnering with you :)
    MammaNene @ SergerPepper.com

  12. Shania says:

    Hey!
    Just stopping by to say that I love your blog, and more specifically how you give new life to things that maybe someone else would simply throw away. Thanks for sharing!

    (www.lovemeyeart.com)

  13. Jennifer Jones says:

    I just LOVE your refashions… I want to learn more!

  14. Libby Vignes says:

    Congratulations! I just received my copy for my birthday. I absolutely love it, we are sorta birds of
    Feather. I’m self taught also and last year did my first repurpose chemise dress. It was chic when I finished. I love repurpose. Your book is great.

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