Showing posts from November, 2019

Featuring an Interview With Stephanie of StepStitches

  Photographer: Nikia Paden of Iridescent Ms. Stephanie, please share with my readers a little about yourself. I’m a Georgia native, wife, and mom to 2 college students. I am a Sunday School teacher. I taught elementary school for 16 years and I am a licensed social worker. And I love to sew!   **Please tell about your business StepStitches. Cinnamon Annie Dolls by StepStitches is a vintage style doll with a modern twist. Cinnamon Annie is a Raggedy Ann style doll updated for today’s generation. I also wrote a children’s book about her and make a limited-edition Cinnamon Annie Doll Ornament, which only available during the holiday season. StepStitches is ran completely out of my home where I make each doll. **How did you start this amazing talent? Doll making grew out of my sewing hobby/obsession. I started sewing Raggedy Ann style dolls for my own personal enjoyment in 2016.  I named them Cinnamon Annie. I loved my dolls, but I