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21  Re: rejected SnB projects, post yours here! in Crochet: Completed Projects by jjgirl on: May 18, 2005 12:08:40 PM
I think we should definitely make our own book.  I mean, we've always talked about doing something like that for Craftsters and we've already gone through the whole traumatic (yet so exciting!) process of creating something unique and different with our SnB submissions.  Why not just compile them all together and publish our own book?  Seriously.  That is my goal for the summer, to get my original crochet patterns published in a book, but after seeing all the neat designs on this board, why don't we just compile it all together?? 

Think about it.........
Anyways, here is my project that wan't accepted.  Please let me know what you think about this suit - would you buy a pattern for it?

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22  Re: Crocheting Business in Get Product and Website Opinions by jjgirl on: August 25, 2004 07:03:40 PM
Wow - so many suggestions in such a short time!  And I do admit that my site doesn't look too professional, but as I'm a teenager, I think that it looks great.  I should probably change that... I would definitely be willing to exchange a hat or something for some help - just starting out and have to tell myself that I have enough inventory already and just have to work on the presentation.

Pricing, I don't have much of a clue - I basically just cover materials and then charge around $2 - $3 an hour. 

And the flower hat (or Product #26) is soooo simple!!!  I don't use patterns for my hats or scarves - just do it by whatever looks good - saw the flower pattern online in a smaller thread and then just blew it up (with the larger yarn) and made a few stitch changes.  Very easy!!  Here's a pictures below:

Thanks for all the help already!!
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