Aside from lots of family time, I was also motivated to craft as much as I can. Since I am new to the whole "business" and "Etsy" world, I think I am going to go through the extent of my craft knowledge to create a variety of products, and from there, see which one(s) sell best and get rid of the things that do not sell. Unfortunately, this idea didn't strike me until I talked to one of my cousins at Thanksgiving dinner. I had already made quite a few more scarves by then. I started out my Etsy shop with knitted scarves, since I love knitting and since I have leftover skeins of yarn from other past projects, but now, I think it might be time for me to explore and go back to other crafty projects that I'm interested in.
Here are the scarves that I worked on since my last blog post (click on each picture you're interested in to head over to my Etsy shop):
|The Cotton Collection is a collection I dedicate to my younger brother and others with sensitive skin. My brother is allergic to all other fabric materials, except for cotton.|
Aside from getting crafty and working on more scarves, I also worked on some hair tie/brooches. Each of these camellia flowers are made with felt and can be used as a hair tie or as a brooch. A hair tie band and a pin is provided at the back of each camellia flower. The felt I used to make the flowers are leftover from some of my other craft projects. Click on each picture to go to my shop.
Before I go, I just wanted to say "hello" and thanks for the support to my two followers! (Two strong!)
- Nicole :]