I love being able to use my sewing skills to help others. I created my braces as a way to support my painful wrists when my kids were babies, and now I’m sharing their comfort and style with you so you can enjoy them too.
I’ve been sewing since I was a teenager and am still using the same trusty old sewing machine my grandmother gave me as a 16th birthday gift. I’ve always loved making Christmas presents for family and friends, sewing projects for around the house, and, on occasion, items for myself. Making people happy with my sewing skills has been part of who I am for nearly three decades.
And so it’s really important to me that you’re happy with your new wrist brace. I know what it’s like to have to deal with the frustrations of unsatisfactory solutions to pain management, between my mommy wrist when my kids were small and the other aches and pains I’m left with post-pregnancy.
These wrist braces are designed to make you happy on both a functional level and an aesthetic one – there’s no point in wearing something pretty if it doesn’t work, and there’s minimal satisfaction in a functional brace if it’s boring. I’ll do my best up front to make sure your brace meets your needs, and if it still needs adjustments after you’ve tried it on, I’ll work with you to make it right.
Your wrist brace purchase helps to support a dream and a family. I’ve known since I left school that I wanted to be able to work from home so I could be there with my kids. I’m grateful for every brace I sell as each one helps me put dinner on the table, clothes in our closets, and wonder and fun in my kids’ lives.