Hi, everyone! I hope all has been well with you and your pets if you have them.
My regular buyer has raved about the harness clothes I've made for two of her teacup Chihuahuas, and so far she's ordered eleven garments (more than that if I lost count) in the past 5-6 months. Her enthusiasm about my designs and workmanship has increased to the point where she recently started twisting my arm to start listing garments of that style. A few days ago I yielded to her persuasion, and so far I've listed three. Here they are:
I mailed her last order two days ago, and she's already talking about her next order. I'm so happy to have her as a regular buyer!
To change the subject, I just had an aggravating experience with part of a social networking site, the name of which will be anonymous here. I was recently emailed an invitation to join a group of crafters. Accepting the invitation, little did I know that participation in it would be so heavily regimented, with the person in charge of the group giving orders as to where to post, how often to post, what each post should consist of, and by what means we must post. On finding that out I beat a hasty retreat from the group and have decided to start one of my own with no rules aside from the common-sense one of showing friendliness in posts, period.
What's so sad about the extreme regimentation of that group is that it promises an increase in sales, which may be materializing for me despite my brief tenure. This morning I received an inquiry regarding my shipping costs.
How anyone can stand to remain a member under those conditions is beyond me, and other members expressed similar feelings, saying that they're afraid to post anything.
Thanks for letting me vent. Stay tuned for more info, which will appear here once I find out how to fill out the required form for starting a group without getting an error message telling me I need to enter invitees' names, which I'd tried doing. When it comes to computers, never a dull moment!