In addition to online sales, I decided to maintain a small inventory to sell directly at quilt festivals and to local quilt shops. That sounded good in theory but it hasn't turned out to be the best solution for me. Not only do the inventory and related display gear take up a large part of my creative studio, they also tie up funds that could be used elsewhere. At the same time, our sluggish economy has caused traffic at quilt shows to drop considerably. So, after much consideration, I have decided to "liquidate" my physical inventory and sell exclusively online.
What does that mean for you? Well, for the most part, you won't see much of a difference, except that -- while supplies last -- you'll be able to buy cases that I have "on hand" at just pennies over my actual cost! This really is a win/win situation: I'll reduce my inventory and get my studio back (yay!) and you'll get stuff you already want for less than you thought you'd have to pay. How sweet is that?!
I'll publicize these special purchase deals on the website, Twitter, Facebook, eBay and Pinterest, and you can be super sure not to miss anything by joining the mailing list (signup on this page). So, think about those upcoming events and gift opportunities. Maybe even put some away for the holidays! I'll use PayPal to process payments, including all major credit cards, and will ship sale items directly from my studio to you.
It's a deal too good to pass up when you need a quilt-inspired case. So don't!
Best regards, Cathleen