The final push!
Hurry! There is only one week left of my 25% January Sale. Some of you are disappointed that I will discontinue non-unique-to-me products from my webshop. Maybe a few numbers will help: My weekly newsletter goes out to over 900 people. So far, I had 17 sales (thank you!!!) and 60 people who downloaded free content from my website. These 17 sales in 14 days is a high number and something I only achieve with a large discount, DOVO scissors or broche :). The past two weeks have confirmed my feeling that maintaining a webshop with products that can be had from other vendors is no longer the way forward. Every now and then, I grant my readers a peek behind the scenes of running a small embroidery business. Not for want of pitty. Just to show you what it really is like. And to signal those of my colleagues, that feel not represented by the success stories on Social Media (no matter how hard they work), that they are not the only ones and no it is not your fault. So, what is still to be had for 25% less?
There is still a lot of House of Embroidery left. Hand-dyed perle #5, #8 & #12, silk ribbon 2mm, 4 mm & 7 mm, silk thread fine & raw and this beautiful stranded cotton. Perfect for cross-stitch embroidery!
Or how about these antique copper stencils for fine whitework embroidery?
There is also still a good choice of quality embroidery fabric from Zweigart and Weddingen.
There is also a large selection of materials for goldwork embroidery on offer. Here you see some of the more unusual materials: kid leather, beetle wings, silk-wrapped purl, gilt folien and 100% eco beeswax.
Hopefully, I have whet your appetite :). Head over to my webshop and use the coupon code JanuarySale2021 (if it doesn't work, please check your spelling) for 25% off upon checkout. This offer ends 31-01-21 midnight CET. Thank you very much!
P.S. My second StitchyBox has arrived! Will do a review in about four weeks.
Jessica, I love what you have for sale...and the prices, but oh dear, the price of postage to NZ puts it all well out of my budget range and I can't help wondering if it's postage costs which inhibit people from buying from overseas websites?
Yes, I have seen that raising my world-wide shipping from €3,70 to €7,20 to have tracking added, has killed most of my international business. You see, the majority of what I ship (threads, fabric and even my kits) fit in a padded envelope. This has always been the mainstay of my international orders.
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