5 Robin Matthews started Seams Sew Right in 2000 in Kinnelon, N.J. She offers custom window treatments, bedding, and slipcovers to designers and retail clients. Robin’s work has been featured in DIY, Good Housekeeping and Design NJ magazines. She belongs to WCAA’s Central New Jersey and Virtual Chapters. Check out www.seamssewright.com. Michele Williams owns Alpharetta, Ga.-based Scarlet Thread LLC and is a strategic business coach. She’s combined her love of textiles with her degree in management information systems to help creatives hone their financial skills. Michele is also a Profit First Certified Coach and past president of WCAA National. See www.scarletthreadconsulting.com. Nancy Letts started Pine House Drapery in 2001, and brings 50 years of sewing experience to the window treatments, bedding, upholstery and slipcovers she provides to interior designers in northern lower Michigan. Nancy has written for Drapery & Design (Professional magazine and Digital Digest), and teaches at Workroom Tech. Kelly McGrory owns and operates Covered, a workroom in Kennett Square, Penn. She is a furniture tailor, creating custom slipcovers and upholstery services to the trade and community. Her work has appeared in Bespoke Soft Furnishings Magazine and Drapery & Design Digital Digest. Kelly is a WCAA member. See www.coveredandstitched.com. Jodi Stanford lives in Bartlett, Tenn., where she operates Jodi’s Window Fashions. A 32-year drapery veteran, she teaches, and has founded two professional organizations ― serving as president of both. Her work has been published in Sew What?, At Home Memphis and Window Fashions VISION. See www.jodiswindowfashions.com. Grant Trick owns Design Industry, a full-service custom drapery and upholstery workroom. Located in Birmingham, Ala., he collaborates with interior designers and architects on residential and commercial projects. Starting out in apparel design, Grant learned to manufacture custom upholstery while working for to-the-trade workrooms in San Francisco. See www.granttrick.com.