Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Women's Initiative Honors Stitch Lounge

Women's Initiative for Self Employment honored Stitch Lounge owners, Hope Meng and Melissa Alvarado (both graduates of the WI program) as Entrepreneurs of the Year. Here they are giving a speech at the annual gala alongside very large projections of the cover of Sew Subversive! Congratulations Hope and Melissa!

Women's Initiative for Self Employment provides a one-stop shop where high-potential, lower-income women receive training to start and grow their business.


Victoria E said...

That's fantastic - big congrats! :)

Mama Molly said...

My name is Molly de Vries, I own Ambatalia fabrics in Mill valley. I opened up the same time you guys did, I'v tried to hook up with you a bunch of times , it just wasn't the right timing.I just graduated from Women's initiative last night. It has change my life . Congradulations in being honored. I think that in this incredable craft movement we could really support each other. I will do my sound bite if you don't mind (he he!)
Ambatalia ia a green boutique focusing and specializing in supporting our enviroment and sustaining cultures and crafters around the world in fiber arts. 0ffering Fabrics, sewing supplies, Hand made goods, Creative workshops, and Custom sewing and felting for the home. Ambatalia is a gathering center for inspiration and Conscious crafting. Any way I would love to meet you all. Check out my site just to check me out I hope you all are well, Molly de Vries