I am currently finishing up my WIPS. I completed a beautiful baby dress and now I am working on booties to match it. I can’t wait to list them on my Etsy page. I have been able to pist an item each day this week so far (yay me). I researched some successful Etsy crochet stores and realized each has a lot of items for sale. Meanwhile my site was looking like it was on vacation. I truly don’t want to work flea markets this winter so I pray that posting more on my site will be the Jumpstart my site needs. I am revamping my dedication to my crochet business and I am confident this will boost sales on my site. If anyone has some keys to success please don’t hesitate share. GODSPEED
I had my crochet schedule all set. Then life happens!!! 😦 I haven’t been doing my 20 hours week, at all. I have made it a point to make a conscious effort to get back on track. I went through some of my older projects to make sure that I can post a project a day on my Etsy website. I plan to use the scheduled post feature on Facebook to ensure I post at optimal times. I am currently working on a bathing suit cover up and hats for my winter flea markets. I won’t be selling any winter items until the end of August or early September. I have been trying to pay attention to how I market and this appears to be best in selling. I will keep you posted on my progress.
Watch “Crochet Bikini Top |Part1||Lina Suon” on YouTube
OK, so I was looking for a cute summer top to make for my summer crochet line. I found this video on YouTube, and I couldn’t get it to look like the one in the picture. I consider myself a crochet expert but the instructions on the video just didn’t work for me. This is a two part video and I found my top going left on part two. The video has a lot of likes and it appears that others have been able to create a top that they are satisfied with. That was not the case for me. I am sharing the video and hope my fellow crocheters find it helpful. I haven’t decided if I am going to take another stab at it yet but if anyone does please let me know how it turns out for you. I think maybe I work better with written patterns. Godspeed!