Tuesday, November 13, 2012

NaBloPoMo Day Thirteen: Waving the White Flag

This is the 650th post on this little blog of mine. I can't believe I've been writing here for this long. I don't always have something important to say, I rarely do, actually, but I love that there are people here that read my words. I would like to thank each and every one of you who follows me here.

Shortly after waking up, I started working on my bracelet collection. I wrapped the ends on all of them over the course of a little over an hour. I was doing other things at the time, so it probably only took me about a half hour to get them done. I think they look great. I had a couple people suggest I put beads on them, so I think I will do that after I get my initial twenty made. I have a lot of beads. It's just a matter of figuring out which ones to use. I can't wait to see how these are received at the craft shows. I think they're at a good price point, so that will help.

I took a look at the Facebook event page for the Made in Windsor show. I was absolutely ecstatic to see that there are over 350 people saying "yes" to attending! And another nearly 200 saying maybe! I know that these numbers aren't necessarily accurate, but they're huge! It's going to be such a great show, I just know it. I can't wait to see the other vendors. I've done shows with a lot of them already, but there are a few I haven't. Christine and Julie, the organizers, chose a great bunch of artists and crafters, most of whom have very unique items for sale, as well as a large following of fans which will bring even more people to the show.
Also on Facebook, I have recently had a surge of fans on my Knit, Nicole, Knit! page. I feel like I'm not using all my social media outlets as well as I could be. I don't want to spam people, but I want to get my shop noticed. I'm definitely going to have to work on this.

I think this NaBloPoMo series has reached the end of the line. Everything feels forced now. I'm going to take a day or two off blogging, and then be back with some real knitting content. Thank you for sticking with these posts, I hope you enjoyed them.

1 comment:

  1. I love reading your knitting blog and I'm a FB fan too!