Sunday, July 27, 2008

Getting Started


Starting up my new business wasn't easy. In fact, I'm still learning all the in's and out's so I will have to learn as I go. I just felt that I had to get started no matter what and stop procrastinating. I got tired of trying to peddle my blankets and other things I made to skeptical people. I was always told, " you should have your own store/website" and I always shrugged it off. I was scared. It seems to be that people won't take you seriously if you don't have a store/website, or if you don't have a ton of customers. Here's a sample of what I have done that is available in my store.

11 comments:

Alysa Merle said...

Nice blog. I also felt anxious about getting started! Your bag looks lovely.

YarnCoture said...

Thank you Alysa Merle! I always wecome and honor comments from fellow crocheters/knitters!

Terri said...

Nice blog! It took me about a week to write my first post and hit publish. Now it is so easy.

YarnCoture said...

Ya know Terry, I just said to myself today, "ok, you're starting your blog and that's it!" Hopefully I can keep it up!

cafegirl71 said...

Great start...welcome to the world of blogging.

YarnCoture said...

Thank you cafegirl! I always welcome positive comments!

Krazy Kate Designs said...

Wonderful blog. Good luck on your business!

YarnCoture said...

Thank you Krazy Kate Designs!

SueAzaiez said...

Congrats! Getting started is tough! I got the new logo, worked on photos for hours and finally feel my shop is ready to blog about, but I am afraid to commit because I'm not sure I'll have the time to keep it up - just the shop is enough work!

would love to hear if you think it helps your business!!
Azaiez Designs

Aroma Fields said...

What adorable items! Very nice blog.

YarnCoture said...

Thanks everyone for your warm comments! I am hoping that this blog will bring some more traffic to my store, and some nice adult conversation!

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