I asked our friend Pam from PK Fabrics to tell us how she has time to manage 2 shops here is what she has to say. thanks PK for all of your support.How do I balance 2 shops? Hmmm...you would have to see the world in Pammyvision to understand, lol. I am an OCD, hyperactive insomniac. That allows me the time and energy to do whatever I need to do, hahahaha. I’m one of those people you just want to slap around....I don’t do naps, not a big fan of shopping, don’t watch TV much and I like being at home. Oh! And I love sweets....totally addicted to designer cupcakes at the moment. Nothing to spur you on like a good sugar rush! When you combine it all and add a little workaholic in to the mix, you have 2 Etsy stores, woohoo! But the best part of all of it is that I’m able to do something I love. I have a passion for fabric and creating. When you are able to do something you love, you have the ability to do it well.
Wow, I am so excited this is our first time for featuring a weaver and a man! There are not that many guys on Etsy and I have only known one other male weaver from years ago. You must read about Matt, … Continue reading →
This week we hear from a fellow North Carolinian, Claudia from LuckyHappenstance. Gotta love her vintage sewing patterns and we did wear those styles in the 70's 🙂 but I will only admit to some of them ha! Take a stroll … Continue reading →
Tuesday is normally my Etsy feature day but I am waiting to finish some new features so stay tuned for that. I am working on 2012 calendars to sell on my Etsy blog. The first one rolls out hopeully this week. … Continue reading →
This week we feature Dragonfily Expressions and I am IN LOVE with this shop, Rebecca from the Crafting Place suggested Dragonfly Expressions. I am so happy that she did.. I am attracted to her shop like a bee to a flower,if … Continue reading →
This week we head to Morganton, NC not too far from Asheville, where we find the lovely shop of Asheville Etsy Street Team member Linda Johnson of Sew Upscale. I admire people you can take scraps of fabric and create a landscape … Continue reading →