I’ve recently been contacted by several readers about where to find free patterns. So in a true Sunday share fashion, here are a list of all the sites I have found so far. If you have any more to include or can offer feedback about any mentioned below please add your comments.
Ever wondered how Zpagetti and Hooplayarn’s compare?
In a bid to share the love of all things stitching with as many people as possible, I have spent the last few weeks trawling the net searching for free ways of increasing blog traffic.
So far I have:
1. Increased the number of ‘entry’ sites to my blog by:
- Creating a YouTube Channel and posted some ‘videos’ which I made using Windows Movie Maker, Powerpoint and some of my blog photos. http://www.youtube.com/user/TheStitchSharer
- Setting up a Facebook page and added a ‘Like’ button to my blog – thank you to all of you who have liked it so far! https://www.facebook.com/TheStitchSharer
Thank you so much for taking time to message me with all your business start-up advice and help on selling at craft fairs. Your encouragement has been humbling and will steer my journey.
Thanks to your feedback, my dilemma over label wording is now resolved. Hooray! One decision made! The Stitch Sharer label with Handmade in England is the clear winner.
Your top tips to date are: