Log in

No account? Create an account
Two big sales within a week have lead to two reorders from my… - At Home With Children [entries|archive|friends|userinfo]
Verminius Rex

[ website | My Flickr Photos ]
[ userinfo | livejournal userinfo ]
[ archive | journal archive ]

[Links:| The Fresh Loaf-- 100 Loaves-- Free Audio Books-- Breadtopia-- Crock Pot Recipes-- Sword Blog:The Deadly Pen-- ]

[Jan. 24th, 2005|12:09 am]
Verminius Rex
Two big sales within a week have lead to two reorders from my wholesaler. They are expecting some possible production delays in the future, but with luck that won't cause too much of a problem. Overall I'm pretty happy with the amount of profit I've accumulated so far, to be dumped into another wholesale order sometime in the near future. Marz is still monkeying with the shipping calculations options, with various degrees of success. Tomorrow I want to put up more shelves in here, so my product is out of the way and we aren't stepping around boxes full of cloth diapering supplies.

Tonight I finished Pari's first 3T sized Parimono (toddler kimono for those of you not familiar with the projects). This one I made closed in front with an attached obi, and the strap in back is a case for elastic. I'll try it on her tomorrow and post pics. I would never want to make the closed Parimono as a production model, because it's just too much of a pain. Kiyan won't get his first kimono outfit for a bit, since they just don't look right on infants. 12 months is my starting point.

I'm going to try a new thread on the hemp inserts after it arrives. Jean stitch serger thread. It will hopefully give a better appearance than the wooly nylon. I also need to put together some stuff to increase business, like hemp inserts with flannel prints. Aesthetic and profitable. I want to increase traffic to my site, and a variation on something that I already make is better than trying something that requires the purchase of more equiptment.

Now it's off to clean the kitchen and go to bed.

[User Picture]From: robiewankenobie
2005-01-24 02:44 pm (UTC)
you can use your scraps to make clutch balls!
(Reply) (Thread)