So . . . we have this zillion dollar loan we used to pay for our international adoption. We had a pay off plan, and on top of it Mr Perfect picked up side jobs to buy it down at an accelerated rate. Then the economy crashed, pay was cut at the full time job, other expenses increased, and now most of those 'extra' funds go to normal cost of living. Not to mention the children don't see their father much apart from him sitting at the computer.
(And no, we don't regret our decision, and I'm not whining, just racking my brains trying to figure out what I can do to help alleviate Mr Perfect's work load.)
I sew. Not perfect, but I do a nice job. Purses, totes, zip pouches, book caddies (hang off the side of your bed), boutique-ish aprons, etc. I've had several people in the last two weeks ask me if I sell the things I make, a few have actually made purchases. If I built up enough sales I could go back to buying fabric at cost, thus increasing profits.
SO . . . do I crank out a dozen of a few different items, put them up on my blog and see what happens, or is this a fluke? A few of the things I've made are here.
What to do?