fearless fibers... i love the input you gave to aphadon. I had that fear coming into etsy, because I am probably one of the most random people in life, I did not want my shop to be purely random.
And like you said, coming off as a dabbler might not be a good thing. Ive got these crochet maryjanes that I am getting a lot of good feedback on, I've had a few messages from people saying they will order a pair when they get more money. (that can be as disheartening as it is exciting
anyway, I think they are going to be my "specialty" item, if you will. I am working on a pattern for another pair of crochet slippers similar to maryjanes, but very different, at this very moment.
here are my Blueberry Maryjanes
what do you think?
Bah, I'm so long-winded. What I wanted to ask was... do you think it turns browsers/shoppers off that I sell both crochet and sewn goods? Both my sewing machine and my crochet hooks get equal amounts of time, it would break my hear to abandon either one. Would you recommend opening a separate shop? One crochet, one sewn handbags/wallets?
I think I am delving too deeply into this, haha.