Amigurumi bear, before and after
I’ve been making amigurumi bears for some time and been lucky to be able to sell them at shops on streets.
So many people knit and crochet, but not everyone have a satisfaction of selling them and being sold.
Knitting and crocheting is wonderful.
Having a power to create something from strings of yarn is really something, and I’m sure you all agree.
Then, someone you don’t even know want to pay their hard working money for your work and share the joy.
Thinking who bought, who they are sharing with, who they are giving to, for what occasion, etc.
Your life become a part of someone else. Friends or strangers.
If you haven’t tried yet, find somewhere you can sell your items. At markets, shops, or online stores.
It’s a whole different experience.
- Meet Orangie (cozyandcrafty.wordpress.com)
- Knitter’s Spotlight: Emilia the Elephant by Adriana Aguirre (berroco.com)
- Amigurumi Owl Pattern (missdolkapots.wordpress.com)
- How I learned to crochet and like it (yesterday) (roguecrafter.com)