Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Updating Pictures, Part 4

I've been taking a lot of pictures lately. This is good as I've needed to update my listings in my Etsy shop for some time now. But, the more pictures I take, the more pictures I have to go through, and that's what's been bogging me down as of late.

(Well, that and the school year getting underway...)

This week I made a stab at photographing the cozies I made for the fidget spinners...


I like that image of all of them, but I think the close ups aren't too bad either...


And it's getting close to time when I'm going to want my knitted and beaded Christmas tree ornaments to be available...


None of these are listed, however. (If you're interested in purchasing any of these, just let me know. While it will take me some time to get them listed, if I know someone wants one, I can put up a custom listing immediately.)

What I did finally get listed was the pattern for the Bullseye Beanie on Etsy. (It's been available on Ravelry for a couple weeks now.)


More pictures coming soon.

If something seems different today, it is. If you came here looking for a story from the #subfiles, I posted the one that would normally have appeared today on Monday. I've been a bit behind with the editing of the photos and the knitting and the crocheting, so rather than going dark on Monday, I swapped the posts. Hopefully, next week all will be back to normal.

28 comments:

  1. You're so talented. Best wishes on all your projects.

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  2. Those look like fun! Maybe a cozy would keep my daughter from breaking her fidget spinner... assuming we ever get her a new one.

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    1. I doubt a little yarn could keep a curious kid from destroying a fidget spinner. But who knows?

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    1. Yeah, I get these weird ideas sometimes. Many never get made. Probably a good thing ;)

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  4. Fidget spinners have been banned at our school Harley says she's glad! Paige has one and uses it daily! Love the Christmas ball!

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    1. I haven't seen any around, either. I assume they've been banned. Or they went out of fashion that quick. (They burned so bright so quickly that I wouldn't be surprised if they'd lost their allure already.)

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  5. I'm always impressed by your ability to make these little things. They come out so nice.

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  6. The cozies are amazing. Does the thingies still spin with them on?

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    1. Yes. I did an Instagram video post with one spinning. I linked to it in the post I linked to here.

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  7. Cozies for fidget spinners - great way to tap into the trend!

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  8. Yay!! Hope you get a ton of sales :) Your stuff is the cutest

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  9. The Xmas baubles are cool. I'll bet that organizing scads of photos can be super time-consuming.

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    1. It is. I take a lot of pics so I can have many to choose from, and then I have so many to choose from...

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  10. Fidget spinners are all the rage so glad you found a way to make money on this fad. Love the beanie and the ornament

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  11. Those will make great Christmas gifts.

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  12. It took me forever to see a fidget spinner in person, LOL, so to speak. I'm like "really?" but I guess that is how things catch on and then pass away when the next new thing comes along.

    betty

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  13. Fascinating work and very well made too. Greetings!

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  14. Do you have the same problem I do that I edit a listing, click publish then immediately think of something else I wanted to add to that listing? I swear I do that multiple times and why haven't I learned????

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    1. No, I don't. But I spend so much time beforehand figuring out keywords and pictures that by the time I go to input the listing, it's mostly already done. But I do edit my live listings repeatedly.

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  15. Lovely pictures! That Christmas ornament is cute :)

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  16. Cozies for fidget spinners. What a great idea. I hope it's still a thing by the time people are ordering holiday gifts, because they are so cute, and good for using up yarn scraps. Alana ramblinwitham.blogspot.com

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    1. I'm going to publish the pattern at some point. Sooner rather than later, hopefully.

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