This week I visited Charlenes Place, who have great crocheted dish, washcloth and potholders, which will give your kitchen a lovely vintage and retro look.
I asked Charlene how the sneak attack affected her shop?
I really appreciated the attack. I get 4 or 5 orders that did surprise me.
What was your reaction to the sneak attack?
It was a confidence builder. I did not think I had anything that anyone would like, but I got great feedback which felt great.
Are you selling on other venues?
My shop wasn't really meant to be a booming business. It is a hobby for me and it was never meant as a means of support. I like to crochet and it an excuse to do it now.
I make enough orders to cover all my costs and labor with some extra.
I don't sell on other venues or utilize social media. It's not something I really need. I have enough orders that suit me. It's at a fun pace for me.
Comments you would like us to pass on to the team?
It think it's great what you do.
Thank you Charlene, it was a pleasure to visit you again. And you dear readers should head over to Charlenes Place and see much more great crochet.
See you soon.
I had the pleasure of chatting with Pat from FreehandCards, she creates gorgeous works of art on cards, posters, pendants, jewelry, and original one of a kind paintings. FreehandCards opened October 7, 2010 and was Sneak Attack by the Handmade Movement, they received 9 sales from the Attack.