• Micarah Tewers is an American YouTuber and fashion designer
• She was homeschooled and started her YouTube career full time in 2017 on her ‘myJheart’ channel
• In her videos, she designs and creates outfits, some of which are inspired by costumes from movies and award ceremonies
• She is Christian and is not very vocal when it comes to politics
• Her estimated net worth is over $300,000
Early life, family, educational background
Micarah Tewers is an American YouTuber and fashion designer, born May 19, 1995 in Ohio, USA. Her YouTube videos consist of her showcasing her sewing skills, as well as vlogs with some comedy sprinkled in. She has two siblings, a brother named Micah and a sister, Shayln Ford, who was named Mrs. Ohio America in 2014.
Micah was homeschooled throughout her school career and did not continue her studies after taking her high school entrance exam.
Micarah initially worked at a local Hobby Lobby in their fabric department. When her YouTube channel started to become more profitable, she left this job to pursue her YouTube career full-time.
She joined the video sharing platform in 2010 but only started uploading videos to her ‘myJheart’ channel from April 5, 2017, which she later renamed as ‘Micarah Tewers’.
The first video was titled “Stereotypes I Believe About You,” and it wasn’t until September 30 of that year that she published her first sewing video, “How to Make Tear-Away Pants.” She was verified in January 2019 when she reached 100,000 subscribers.
The majority of Micarah’s videos consist of designing and creating outfits, some of which are inspired by costumes from movies and award shows. She has created a wide variety of outfits, including fairytale outfits, period costumes, ball gowns, and even a wedding dress made from adult diapers.
She films herself making the outfits, then records a charismatic voiceover to tell what she’s doing. In a video where she recreated a dress from Barbie’s “The Princess and the Pauper,” she attributed Barbie’s way of talking to the way she narrates her videos. The videos also sometimes feature short clips of her day in a vlog-like fashion, and she usually shows off her chickens, pigs, and other pets.
Her first video to reach one million views was the fourth video to be uploaded to her channel titled ‘Making a Prom Dress in One Day’ and was probably an incentive for her to reach the majority of her over 1.4 million get subscribers. Her most viewed videos are “I Made Kylie’s Christmas Dress for $20” with 4.8 million views, in which she mimics the custom emerald Ralph & Russo Christmas dress worn by Kylie Jenner in 2019; and “I Made Ariana Grande’s Grammy’s Dress” with 8.4 million views, on which she spent just $40 to create the iconic dress Ariana Grande wore to the 2020 Grammys.
Other notable videos of hers include the 2018 video titled “Making an Incredible Costume” in which she recreated the “The Incredibles” costume from the movie, and “Making Greatest Showman Costumes (& where to wear them)” in which she PT made The costumes of Barnum, Anne Wheeler and The Bearded Lady from the movie ‘The Greatest Showman’.
In addition to her YouTube videos, Micarah also showcases her creations on her Instagram account and blog site. Her blog – micarah.tewers.com – also features photos of outfits she hasn’t featured in any of the videos, including the portfolio of outfits she created for a design challenge in 2015.
She also entered a competition where she had to use recyclable items to make a dress. She made a 1950s-style dress from recycled chicken feed bags, a tote bag from plastic shopping bags, and a hat from an orange bag and cornflakes. first place for her creations.
From the references she has made to Christianity, discussions about how she was a church camp counselor when she was younger, and pictures of her own Bible, it can be assumed that she identifies as a Christian. She also went to church in one of her vlogs, talking about the church she’s attended “for the past 24 years.”
Micarah isn’t very vocal when it comes to politics, but in response to a tweet asking if she’s a Trump supporter, she said, “No, I personally don’t think he’s qualified or really mature enough for the job.” But I know a lot of really great people who do support him, and I’m not judging them for that.’
She achieved her goal of purchasing a recreational vehicle (RV) at the end of 2019. She now lives in the RV and plans to travel across the US to warmer climates once she has renovated it. She has said that she dreams of living in a warm climate like Florida.
Also featured in her videos is the Markley family, including JJ, Ruthie, Kathy, and Courtney. She calls them her second family.
She has been known to sew little outfits for roadkill in an effort to make passersby smile instead of feeling sad because it died.
She has brown eyes and blonde hair, but occasionally colors her hair. Her vital statistics are unknown.
Wealth and salary
As of 2020, her estimated net worth is over $300,000.