If it scares you a little, you know you’re doing the right thing.
We all have goals for our crochet businesses and to live to its potential, we must take the necessary actions to expand to reach those goals. Today, we’re going to talk specifically to those who are making their crochet items to sell and the tried and true methods of batch crochet. However, there are several nuggets of information and inspiration that are relatable to any crochet business owner.
I’m joined today with one of the industry’s most familiar faces, Twinkie Chan. She has made her mark on the crochet industry by staying true to herself and her mission and finding her unique niche of fun, crochet food items. Twinkie has tried just about everything, from selling goods, to selling patterns, teaching classes and even wholesale. She is a wealth of knowledge and I can’t wait for you to hear what she has to say about batch producing crochet to fill your online shops and market tables at craft fairs.
- How Twinkie Chan settled into her unique niche as a “crochet foodie”.
- About her shop and how it’s structured.
- How she found her “crochet elves” to help with fulfilling shop orders.
- How she overcame the struggle of letting someone else make items for her.
- How to find someone to help you crochet.
- Tips for pricing your goods.
- About the wholesale industry and how you can get your products in stores.
Now if you haven’t done so already, click on that play button at the top of the page to hear from Twinkie!
Links & Resoources
Find Twinkie @twinkiechan on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.
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