Post by craftcrazymama on Feb 6, 2015 18:34:49 GMT -5
I don't have an Etsy store (although I wish I could decide on one craft that I do what to sell and open one) but I have a website where I show off some of the things I've made/done. It's www.craftcrazymama.com if anyone feels like being nosey ; ) I haven't updated it for a wee bit because I'm stuck in WIP hell but I will hopefully be posting more finished projects soon.
Post by tbearsangel on Feb 9, 2015 10:21:26 GMT -5
I'm new to this board, but I'll join in as much as I can! Can't wait to see everyone's crafty stuff! Trying to get some crafty mojo and time to get myself going again, I've been pretty lazy since Christmas. I do glass etching and vinyl decals on etsy. Www.etsy.com/shop/tbearsangel
Post by mustloveerica on Mar 2, 2015 8:18:10 GMT -5
Bumping this. I closed my etsy shop a long time ago because I didn't have time to keep up with it. This weekend I was newly inspired to start again. I only have a couple things listed so far but I have a few more in the works that will be added in the next couple of days. I always enjoy new followers! Also I'm wondering if the problem with my old etsy shop was I like to sell different things. I had wreaths, quilts, blankets, pot holders, aprons, custom stationary, etc. I don't like to pidgeon hole myself to one item. Do you think it's ok to sell different things?
Search for A Wrinkle of Mine.
ETA: I want to start making baby items (hats, booties, sweaters, toys). But since I don't have a baby to measure/model that may be difficult. I appreciate any tips there as well.
Thanks! It was really easy to make actually - It's just the wingspan pattern on ravelry. Do you have an account there? If so I can find the link and post it.
I do have an account! I found the pattern thank you!
Enjoy! If you have questions - holler. I found that moving from triangle 1 to triangle 2 is the most difficult but once you get the hang of it, it's fine. For the record, I use small pieces of yarn for stitch markers :-)
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