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Monday, February 16, 2009

Shop of the Week: Maine Lee Crochet

Ginny, from Maine Lee Crochet, has been in business on Etsy since March 2008. She makes gorgeous all crochet or knit items. Everything is handmade by her and ready to ship. Some of her items include hats, socks, scarves, dishcloths, and towels with crochet tops.

What she wants you to know about her products: “My product is high quality and made with my heart. I love what I do and I hope it shows in my items. If I don't like the way something turns out it doesn't get listed for sale. My ‘oops’ products stay at my house for my own use.”

Her promotional efforts: ”I use MySpace, word of mouth, I leave business cards where ever I can. I use the forums a lot. I also visit the chat rooms on Etsy and talk about my items, the way they are made, and the material used.” I like that she talks about her items in the forums rather than just posting a link and running like so many people do.

She ships internationally! Stop by her shop for some good crocheted love!


Etsy: Your place to buy & sell all things handmade
MaineLeeCrochet.etsy.com

10 comments:

makeart said...

Beautiful! I'm always envious of those with a talent for Crochet. :-)

Betty Refour said...

pretty! pretty!

Laura said...

Great shop! Very low prices for the work involved!

Sunny said...

I love the granny scarf!

Huayruro said...

It's a great job, congratulations

Rocki said...

Love the write up & fab shop! My grandma & mom used to crochet - I had poncho's, hats & booties out the wazoo and loved'em!

bugs 'n' bees said...

Gorgeous! I wish I could do that! :)

flyingzoo said...

very beautiful!

Sherisa of L'élephant Rose said...

I LOVE her stuff!! I have my eye on something...:) GO TEAM! :)

Andrea Lyn said...

Etsy Team,
Please note the top pink/white scarf is a copy of my original pattern, "Celia's Scarf" in the DRG book Think Pink. I find this especially offensive because this book was donating money to breast cancer research. I hope you follow up.

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