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Episode 58: How To Organize and Participate in Multi-Business Collaborations

Sharing is caring! emailFacebookLinkedinPinterestTwitter Listen to the episode in the player, download the episode here, or subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, or TuneIn. This episode is all about multi-business collaborations, including blog hops, multi-designer make-a-longs, and in-person events. I share 4 reasons you might want to participate in such a collaboration, 7 tips for organization a …

Episode 37: Crochet & Knitting Design & Self-Publishing Mini Series 2: Drafting Your Pattern

Sharing is caring! emailFacebookLinkedinPinterestTwitter You can subscribe to the Creative Yarn Entrepreneur Show on iTunes or Stitcher! And, of course, you can listen to today’s episode from within the post. This Week’s Episode I continue the Crochet & Knitting Design & Self-Publishing Mini Series with a focus on Drafting Your Pattern. In today’s episode, I talk about drafting the written pattern (including …

Episode 9: Selling on Etsy, An Interview with Ijeoma Eleazu from the Etsy Conversations Podcast

I’m excited to share an interview with a fellow podcaster this week. Ijeoma Eleazu is a calligrapher who is also the host of the Etsy Conversations Podcast. You can also find Ijeoma on Facebook, Twitter, and BlogLovin. I discovered Ijeoma when she spoke on a panel at the Podcast Movement conference in August, and I invited her on the show to talk about selling on Etsy.

After the interview, I share my experience selling crochet and knitting patterns as instant downloads on Craftsy, Crochetville, Etsy, Kollabora, and Ravelry.

For more details, you can view the show notes at http://creativeyarnentrepreneur.com/9.

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Episode 3: 8 Tips for Organizing Your First Pattern Test

Are you considering organizing your first pattern test? Even though this topic is aimed at designers, there are many other indie yarn-related businesses that might want to do a market test for a new physical or digital product who might find these tips helpful.