Vlogmas 2018 #17 – TEAQUILTS: How To Get Into The "Quilt" Business

In this video I’m answering a viewer question. Please keep in mind these are just suggestions and I’m not an expert at how to start any kind of business. This video is just to get the person ready to emerge into the quilting industry.

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14 thoughts on “Vlogmas 2018 #17 – TEAQUILTS: How To Get Into The "Quilt" Business”

  1. I wish the town I live in had a community center. Our senior center have a craft show twice a year but it has not been successful unless you are selling $1 or $5 items. I've tried consignment shops but have not been successful. I miss the craft fairs in Chicago where I use to live. The people came there to buy handmade one of a kind items.

  2. There is a Community Center in my smallish suburb. In addition to the playground, wading pool, hall, classrooms, they have a Craft Gift Shop. They sell local crafted art and stuff. Things are sold on commission. Never seemed to have much business though. After trying to sell some things on Ebay we realized that people like to see and feel the product before spending any reasonable amount of money. Took several things into the shop, then placed ads on Craigslist, Facebook, Instagram – – with the shop name, address and its hours posted as sales contact. We add more ads with new merchandise, deleate when sold since most are one-of-a-kind. Sometimes add our phone if weekend or holiday. Seems to work well for us, and Shops overall sales have increased, which pleases them.

  3. Hi Ms. Tea since you use baby loc why not become an ambassador for Baby Loc! No more free advertisement! Cover the name of the machine? Or choose another brand that is willing to work with you. Or even Singer? I'm just saying.

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