Welcome to the 2nd episode of the Crochet Chat Podcast! I’m so pleased to have gotten such great feedback on the first episode… and stoked to be on my second!
In this episode, I’ll be chatting about an issue that’s close to many of our hearts: how to price and sell your crocheted items. Even if you don’t sell items professionally, you’ve probably been commissioned by a friend to make a piece, and you’ve thought, ‘how in the world do I price that?’
I’ll also talk about my pineapple shawl adventure, tell you about Suri alpaca and brag about my latest trick (reading while crocheting!) and fill you in on what cooking has to do with designing.
Here’s how it works: Below, you’ll see the player that allows you to play the episode. Or you can download this episode (right click and save) to listen to it on the go. If you’re an itunes user, you can also grab the episode on itunes.
Below the player is an outline and list of links to products/websites/things I chat about during the episode.
Hi! (00:00), Outline for the episode (01:01), Reading while crocheting (03:06), How designing is like being a cook: Kitchen Confidential (04:51), Lessons from Passover: cleaning house (07:22)
On my hook (11:19), Pineapple Doily Shawl (11:21), How to estimate yardage for projects that don’t specify (11:32), How to double a thinner yarn (12:17), Suri Alpaca (13:35), Starting the shawl and tragedy (16:24), Banana Slugs (19:30)
- Pineapple Doily Shawl
- Listing of projects for the Pineapple Doily Shawl
- Wikipedia entry for Alpacas
- My banana slug
Feature topic (23:15), The controversy (23:58), Knot by Granma article (25:41), My view on pricing (26:43), Tips for selling items at fair prices (33:04), Summary (42:48), Coming up (45:09)
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