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Please go see my Facebook Business Page and Instagram site because they are both up and running! Check them out for sneak peaks for new patterns in the works and coupon codes! https://www.facebook.com/CapeCodStitchery ~or~ https://www.instagram.com/cape_cod_stitchery
Jessica James on Jun 4, 2016
A wonderful, well made steampunk knitting pin! Perfect for Portuguese style knitting especially of delicate lace yarns. The clapped hook is smooth and doesn't snag yarn as it travels thru. Thank you!
Judy Legere on Jun 1, 2016
Cape Cod Stitchery, all things knitting
I've had an account with Etsy since 2011 but I didn't start selling until October of 2015.
Considering that I don't have children, it's quite ironic that I design baby blankets. I've been a knitter since I was a child but I've become fairly good at it. I started making baby blankets, for co-workers, about 5 years ago (I've given away about 110 so far), but due to the fact that I've never created anything from a pattern, I knitted, or crocheted, blankets that I thought looked nice. One of those co-workers, a highly professional and amazing lady, had just given birth to her second son. When I gave her the baby blanket, which was an incredibly beautiful (but simple) to make, so proclaimed that she could never do that herself. I made her a bet that I could draw up a pattern, teach her some basic knitting techniques, and she could do it. Within a month, she made a blanket of her own. She came back and said that I should make patterns and sell them because I had made a pattern so simple that even she could do it. Since I basically do a form of graphics design professionally, it sounded like a valid option. That's when I stumbled on the feature on Etsy for selling digital downloads...*light bulb*! After extensive research, along with trial and error, I created a marketable and professional pattern that I wouldn't be embarrassed to sell.
The name "Cape Cod Stitchery" wasn't as hard to come up with; "Cape Cod" is because I live on Cape Cod and "Stitchery" is because I thought it sounded "New England-y"...thus Cape Cod Stitchery was born!
I've had relative success at it, and have gotten high praise for the patterns I produce. I keep doing it because I love to knit and I'm still astonished that I'm able to make money at it. Isn't the internet awesome? Thank you, Etsy!
Hello! I'm a baby blanket designer that loves all things knitting. I've been knitting since I was a little girl but have only gotten good at in recent years. I'm a wife, a step-mother, a grand mother and very happy!!
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