Virtual support to the sewing industry|
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Hi, I’m Michelle, a wife and mum who loves to make pretty things.

With a big family and a background in administration, I also love to organize.

I started my virtual assistant business, Sew Sorted, in May 2017, after I’d noticed, in a number of conversations I’d had with designers and makers, that there were a lot of busy working mums in the quilting/sewing/fabric community. Women who, I was sure, would love some help with the day-to-day administrative tasks that a small business requires, freeing up time to do what they do best.

As of January 2019, I have helped a growing number of  solopreneurs with many different tasks and projects – I love to help people, and this is a win-win situation.

Drop me a line and let me help you get results and grow your business! And you can get back to doing all those things you love!

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Lisa Ratford - Andrie Designs

“…and thank you! you are a delight to have working for me! I love how thorough and prompt you are, and how well you communicate your progress at regular intervals… to be honest, I now can’t imagine NOT having your help!
You are AH-mazing, Michelle!!! Definitely money well spent and such a pleasure to work with! Thank you!”

Lisa Ratford, Andrie Designs
Nadra Ridgeway - ellis and higgs

“Michelle edits my sewing patterns on a regular basis and with her help, I feel confident that my patterns are the best they can be. She is prompt, very professional and just a delight to work with. Her attention to detail is impeccable and I really appreciate her advice, expertise and guidance.”

Nadra Ridgeway, ellis and higgs
Lindsey Marsh - Sew to Grow

“Sew Sorted is a fantastic business that has allowed me to tackle some much needed to do’s on my 2017 goal list. Michelle is extremely organised, professional, and has great contacts within the sewing industry. A perfect VA for any sewing business looking for a bit of extra help in their business, freeing them up to rise above!”

Lindsey Marsh, Sew to Grow