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Goals for March!

Setting Goals

Setting Goals

Now that I am almost fully settled back in the UK, it’s time to set some crafting goals to get things moving forward.  Here’s what I planned for this month:

1.  Re-photograph  my Etsy items.  After receiving some important feedback from some of my Etsy team members, I decided to go through each of my Etsy listings and improve the photographs.  With a new hand-me-down camera, I have managed to get some much better pictures!  This will be an ongoing task over the next 2-3 months as listing expire and get renewed.

2.  List 50 new items in my Etsy Destash store.  At the start of the year I decided to open a new Etsy store to shift some of my stitching stash that I no longer have room for.  Patterns, fabric, books and other crafting materials are taking up space that I can’t afford to lose now that we are in a much smaller house.

3.  Release one new Cross Stitch Pattern.  When I started designing my own patterns, my goal was to release one new one every month, but I kind of fell behind with that.  Time to get back on the horse.  I have loads of new ideas and can’t wait to get them out there in the public space.

4.  Continue making more Lavender and Chamomile hanging ornaments/sachets.  My new product for 2014, and one I need to make a big impact with.  Lots more stock needs to be completed.

5.  Make some new designs for a set of Christmas Ornaments using my Fabric Swatch designs.  This idea is still in its infancy, and is low priority compared with the other goals.

As of today, I have made some new Lavender and Chamomile Ornaments, taken lots of new pictures, and am well on the way to having a new pattern completed.  I have not started the listings for my Etsy Destash Store yet.  That will be a priority over the next two weeks, as I have had some sales from that store and need to get my stock level back up again.

Let’s see what the next couple of weeks bring, shall we?

 

Stitchy Hugs,

 

Gail

 

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