Crocheting and Gardening

That’s what I crocheted all week – one of my favourite flowers – Daffodils. As you bought all my Daffodils garlands up – white and yellow – I decided to crochet them in different sizes, long and short. And now I have them – 16 white and 16 yellow Daffodils. That means that you’ll see four Daffodils garlands at the shop this weekend. And yes, I am buying more Daffodils and Tulips bulbs on top of those I already have! October is the month when we plant tulips and daffodils in our gardens. What is more, I am thinking of buying more spring flowers for my small city garden. Sure, I’ll write about that to you!

Sales Map

My next shop – CrochetCabinetCrafts – is still young, and there are not many sales in it. Etsy is my hobby, not a way to make money. I earn my living from my other business – teaching foreign languages and translation. However, crocheting and embroidering is my way of having a stress-free life. Yesterday we talked about my bestsellers, today – my sales map. Most orders came from the USA, specifically from Colorado, New York, and Virginia. Slightly fewer sales we had from California, Georgia, Texas, Florida, and New Hampshire. Thanks a lot! Customers from other states are always welcome to our shop!
As always, fewer sales are from Europe, except the UK – this is my regular customer, although, after Brexit and the changes in customs duty, the English buy a little less. Australia doesn’t buy from us that often, especially as there is no way to track orders from Poland to Australia, and that’s sad. However, some customers from Australia we had.
No matter where you are from, we are always happy to welcome you to our shops!

New Pattern

The solution to yesterday’s sneak peek is a new cross stitch pattern at Stitchersland now. Bullfinches on Blackthorn from the winter birds series.

What is more, I would like to remind you that we have other Bullfinches patterns and not only winter ones but also autumn and summer bullfinches. Which one is your favourite?