The Blood, Sweat and Tears of a Crocheter

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 H1618547_10200615002857979_1371999327_n (1)ave you ever wondered why crocheters think their products are so special? Why do they charge so much? I could make that……. Well, you haven’t made it and most likely you won’t. A crocheter pours his/her heart into each and every item they produce. A lot of blood, sweat and tears goes into making that special item for you.

First, the appropriate yarn must be chosen. It means a great deal to the artist making your garment that the yarn speak to her. If she buys something she thinks will work instead of what will work, you can guarantee that the project will be ripped out withing a couple of rows. The reason……….it isn’t speaking to the artist.

Secondly, we want to make sure that our products are exemplary. That their are no faults, mistakes, that the end product looks as good completed as we see it in our mind. Only the best will go out our clients who are the soul of our businesses.

Lastly, but not leastly, we care. We care about each and every one of the people that order from us. We want to know that they are happy with the product they have received. It makes us proud and happy when we get an email that says “I absolutely adore it”. Those few words inspire us to continue with what we do and why we do it.1781874_10200615002577972_881954945_n

So, the next time you question why something is priced “so high”, please remember the blood, sweat, and tears that go into making that item for you.


Until next time,

Have a Crochet Kinda Day



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