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Craig Conover’s Net Worth Development

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What’s up with his sewing?

Bravo fans can look forward to a good summer this year as Southern Charm returns for its eighth season on June 23! Much of the cast, including star Craig Conover, will return for another season of the drama in Charleston, South Carolina.

Since his first season on Southern Charm, viewers have seen Conover grow from an aspiring lawyer to an owner of his own pillow-making business. In May 2021, Conover opened his first brick and mortar store called Sewing Down South, where he sells his embroidered cushions along with other goods including candles and hats. So how much money has he made since he started the business?

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Conover has an estimated net worth of $400,000. It’s unclear how much of that money comes from his pillow business, but he’s struck deals with HSN and furniture retailer Wayfair since founding the company in 2018. He also sells them online through the Sewing Down South website. And during an interview with Entertainment Tonight in 2019, his friend Cameran Eubanks said Conover makes more money selling pillows than he would have as a lawyer.

According to a 2019 Forbes report, the median salary for a practicing attorney in South Carolina is $105,320

Viewers can catch the season 8 premiere of Southern Charm on Thursday, June 23 at 9 p.m. Eastern Time on Bravo.

Speaking to Entertainment Tonight in November 2019, Conover, alongside former co-star Cameran Eubanks, admitted he really felt he’d found his “happy place” working on Sewing Down South.

“I recently attended an event where it said ‘Craig From Sewing Down South’ instead of ‘Craig From’ southern charm‘And I was really proud!’ Conover told the outlet at the time. “I thought, I think I really did something. Everyone gave us great support.”

Eubanks agreed, stating that she believes Conover makes more from his pillow business than he would make as a lawyer.

“I asked Craig yesterday, I said, ‘How many pillows have you sold?'” Eubanks said. “He gave me the number, I pulled out my calculator, started doing the math and found out how much money he actually makes and I was about to throw up. And I take back everything I said – he makes a lot more money than a lawyer. Much more!”

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