Monday, June 1, 2009

Too Early for Halloween??



I've been knocking around a few new ideas for Halloween in my head lately. I finished up this one yesterday. Actually I made a door hanger very similar to this one about 3 years ago and sold it on ebay. That was back before I was making patterns to sell. Don't know if I should list it in my etsy shop now or wait till the end of the summer. I will be making a pattern for it too.

I took out a ad in Country Sampler magazine for the Web Directory section. It will be in the August/September issue which comes out last week of July and news stands on August 1st. I just hope it will stir up a little more business for my website. So I'm trying to think of some new Halloween and Christmas patterns.

9 comments:

  1. It is never too early for Halloween!!!

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  2. I like the 3D look. I have been thinking about doing more art type quilts and making ones for holidays. I don't sell them though, that is something I do for fun.

    Debbie

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  3. That is really really cute!!! I love it! I don't think it is too early to list Halloween. Very unique! Good job!

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  4. Too Cute! And Good luck with your AD!
    Hugs,
    Shari

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  5. I agree.. it's never too early for Halloween! I love it, I think it turned out great.
    Deb:)

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  6. I love it!
    I always look in advance for holiday decorations...if I wait too long I have to wait another year before I can use it.
    I would buy this...as a matter of fact, what are the dimensions and the price?

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  7. Okay...one more thing.
    I love your items on your Etsy...but I can not sew worth a darn. I get so many compliments about the crow I bought from you a while back!
    Are you going to have more of the actual items for sale? Unfortunatly the E-patterns don't do me any good since I can't sew! LOL

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  8. I love it!!!!!! It isn't too early for halloween....and definately not too early for the pattern to go for sale. xxxRobby

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