Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Tatting Patterns

I have a question about putting a book together, would it be easier to just put the patterns separately or in a book? Which do you think is the best that patterns are for Christmas Ornaments. I have 17 patterns now that i am working on getting diagrammed which i think is the hardest part. But i was just trying to get idea of the best way to get them out i was thinking it might be easier to sell them individually more might actually get made if you only purchase the one or two you want to make. Plesae leave any comment they will be usefull to me.

5 comments:

Sunela said...

Ginny, I personally prefer to buy the book than individual patterns.

tatting-marie said...

I like the idea of a book with many patterns in it. One day a pattern may strike your fancy to try and a few weeks later you will try another one. Then weeks or months later you spy one that you "just have to make". (And that one wasn't even the reason you bought the book.) My vote - book!

❦TattingChic said...

BOOK! BOOK! BOOK! :)

Don't you just love my extremely "intelligent" and eloquent answer? LOL! ;)

Maureen said...

I would like the convenience of having all your patterns together, Ginny, in a book!
But you could offer both options, couldn't you? - everyone who has commented on your blog prefers the book, but that's not to say that other people might want to buy just one or two patterns.
Maybe you could do it both ways: have just a selection of the designs for individual sale, perhaps as a pdf, and tell people that the whole collection is available in book form.

battatter said...

Ginny, email me if you still want to test tat my ornament pattern. I couldn't find an email here for you..
Carol aka battatter