Yarn, Family, & Life

Grand Opening!!!

Posted on December 31, 2011 at 7:10 PM

Hello everyone! I think it is only fair to warn you that I  am new to this. New to owning my own business, new to making my own website, and new to blogging. The only thing I am not new to is crocheting. I have been crocheting since I was 7 or 8 years old.

I am very open to suggestions, tips, or comments. I am also open to bartering. I want to know if you think the prices I came up with are fair (prices are listed below the picture in the Photo Gallery). As it is, I am not making much money for my time, but that is not my first concern right now. For now I am more focused on being noticed, as it is easy to be overrun with so many webpages out there. Also I would like to know what YOU would be interested in buying. What is it that you want to see in my store? Please leave your comments below.

For now, the items in the "Web Store" are premade and the items in the "Photo Gallery" can be made on request. You can also request that I make something for you from a pattern you have, or you can have me look up patterns for you as well. While you are here, check out Yarn & Hook's facebook page by clicking on the link to the right.

Please remember the website and facebook page are both in their beginning stages. If you find issues feel free to comment on them or ignore them, whichever you prefer.

Happy New Year!

Yarn & Hook

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Reply Jalina
4:42 PM on January 2, 2012 
I'm so glad you finally did this, Angie! You did a great job with the website and, as always, your creations are beautiful! Most people don't know how much work actually goes into something that's hand-crocheted, so they may not appreciate why the price is so much higher than the factory produced toys from Walmart. I think the prices are low to make much money for your time, like you said, but I'd say you better start out low initially. That's how it usually works, until you're better known and your products are in greater demand. Good luck in your new endeavor!