Tuesday, 6 August 2013

A decision at last

After a lot of umm'ing and aagh'ing I have decided to try an Etsy shop.
I don't want to dominate the Etsy world (ha ha, as if), but I need a purpose for random blocks that I make, because I like the pattern or just wanted to sew

I finally have more time to sew, to turn blocks into cushions or table runners. I have so many of these that I find it hard to justify making more, just because I can, so this can be a great excuse for more sewing!
 I now have a few weeks off work-I will make up some more random blocks and in turn, turn them in to something. When I have a few, I will 'officially' open and see where I go from there.

18 comments:

  1. I think it's a great idea! Best of luck with your blocks! They are beautiful and I'm sure you'll do well.
    Tammy x

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  2. Go for it! I am sure tat you will do well. Di x

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  3. Hey! Enjoy your new venture : )

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  4. That block is fabulous!! And I say you made the right choice. It can't hurt to try, can it?

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  5. It sounds like a great plan and fun too.

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  6. oh! good luck with it! Look forward to the open!

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  7. Good Luck! It's worth a try and like you say it gives you a great reason to try out new things without having to hide stuff you've made because you don't need it yourself. Will look forward to your opening!

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  8. Oh good luck i love my etsy shop x

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  9. Good luck. Here's to many sales :)

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  10. Good for you Catherine, good luck.x

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  11. Enjoy you new venture! Love your block. Do you know it's real name? When I made this block or the sampler quilt I called it four lips becaus I couldn't find a real name or it.

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  12. ooh good luck! good for you x

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  13. Brilliant idea and I wish you all the best success. Maybe I will get the courage one day.

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  14. Good luck!! It's something I've been considering, but I haven't got the courage (yet?)...

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