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Etsy Logo"To say that Linzee McCray is a talented writer—well, it would be doing the vast variety of her talents an injustice. In addition to eloquently expressing herself, Linzee is timely, direct, always on top of a new, noteworthy story lead and full of ideas and angles to make her work shine like a diamond. She's a pleasure to edit, and I always know I can depend on her to deliver a quality piece." Alison Feldman, Editor in Chief of Etsy's blog

Moda Logo"Linzee's wordsmith skills have been used in many of our marketing campaigns in catalogs, advertisements, and press releases. Her blog posts have been insightful and well thought-out, and she employs descriptive storytelling to cover a broad range of topics from designers' bios to charitable organizations. She is extremely detailed and thorough, from interviews to deadline completion." Lissa Alexander, Director of Marketing, Moda Fabrics/United Notions

Stitch Magazine cover"Linzee has that rare combination of excellent writing skills combined with extensive crafting knowledge and a journalist's nose for a good story. She is truly a pleasure to work with and have as a contributing editor at Stitch!" Amber Eden, editor, Stitch magazine and SewDaily.com














Comments about my stories from Etsy blog readers

Feed Sacks: A Sustainable Fabric History
backhomeagain says:
The best article I've seen on etsy's blog in a long long time {maybe ever}. What a great article, so informative, so inspiring. Thanks!

FreshlySkweezed says:
You learn something new every day! And this article was such an excellent lesson in recycling at it's best! Thanks, Linzee. You're a very talented writer and I truly enjoyed this post!

Free2BeMeJewelry says:
I will never look at a sack in the same way....thank you for this wonderful article!

wwstrawberryluna says:
This is one of my favorite Storque posts ever! Such a great history of the industry and social portrait of a time not so far away. I love the patterns and wish that we could still find lots of feedsack cloth, I just adore that style of dresses. Thanks for the piece!

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SoftCityQuilts says:
This article is well researched and beautifully written. Great topic! I will be following Linzee's blog and looking for more from her on Etsy!

Linelle10 says:
Yes, one of the best articles.... informative yet also allows for critical thinking.