During this unprecedented time, we find ourselves asking everyone the same question, both personally and professionally: How are you holding up? Below, our dear friend Sandy Pirdy, owner of Creekside Fabrics, Quilts, and Yarns tells us how she is holding up, and how her business has pivoted to adapt to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Sandy Pirdy, owner of Creekside Fabrics, Quilts, and Yarns has. adapted her business by pivoting to making COVID-19 masks, teaching other home sewists how to do the same, and rediscover their love for sewing.
Check out her remarkable story, and learn how you can help:
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