Hello! I hope this message finds you well. I am popping in today to give you an idea of what’s happening with Daydreams of Quilts and what direction we are moving towards in 2019.
Time is flying by this month! There are only two weeks left of our clearance sale on Etsy. We have most handmade items on sale 10% – 30% off and fabrics are 30% – 40% off. This sale ends November 30th. Items left after this sale will be gifted, donated or will go into my own stash. 🙂
Digital Patterns will continue to be available on Etsy and Craftsy.
We have learned so much this year and visited with some fantastic makers at the Etsy pop-ups. Those lovely ladies were so kind to share some insights into their businesses with me and it became very clear that we need to change our business model. I am happy to answer any questions you have if you are interested in that. Just shoot me an email or message me through the contact form on the home page.
I will be taking it more slowly for the next few months as I have a surgery (gall bladder) coming up but watch for new and different things happening with Daydreams of Quilts in 2019. Newsletter subscribers and blog readers will be the first to hear any news.
We are discontinuing quilting supplies and handmade quilts, bags and wallets but have many different ideas for products and possibly even a whole new business. Christmas Stockings will come back seasonally. We are definitely looking to environmentally friendly choices in our approach going forward. I do have more quilt pattern designs in the works as well.
The blog will continue but at a slower pace over the next few months. It has been a pleasure to serve the quilting community. I wish to thank all of you who have supported my business, my family and myself so much. You have been wonderful!
We have one last show coming up this weekend for Daydreams of Quilts. We will be at the Made in Alberta show at the Shaw Conference Centre in Edmonton, Alberta this weekend. I hope you will stop by and say “Hi” if you come.
Thank you again for your support this year and have a wonderful Holiday Season!