So here’s my collection of my most helpful hints for you to refer to.
So when you want to know about making clutches, these posts have helped hundreds of clutch makers.
Time saving tips and tricks to making clutches:
*How to minimize wrinkles.
*How to squeeze all those layers of interface and fabric into your frame.
*How to shorten your time making a clutch.
*How to save time squaring off your corners.
*How to save time for non-directional fabric and you don’t want a bottom seam.
Technical info on purse frames:
*Why nickel-free is better for your potential customers.
>>>And this: http://clutchme.wordpress.com/know-your-frame/
*What about the lead content?
*What else makes our purse frames the finest purse frames.
*Why the rectangular purse frame?
*Why the U-channel width is important for making clutches.
*Why you should pick the right size U-channel!
*What to look for in a purse frame with kisslock ball closures.
*What to look for in the finish of your “silver” purse frame.
*About my trademarked DuskCoat Gunmetal(TM) and GoldenLock(TM) finishes
*Why I cannot get you that frame as shown in that picture that you sent me …
*Why making specific recommendations on what fusible interface you should use is not a good idea.
>>> Read this: http://clutchme.wordpress.com/2010/09/15/what-the-interface/
*Why I can’t ship it internationally.
*Why I price it the way I do …
Shipping: (Yes, we combine ship and refund you the excess shipping charge from Etsy.)
*What size boxes we use.
*How much it costs within the US
*How much it costs outside of the US
>>>Read this and see the box dimensions, too: http://clutchme.wordpress.com/2012/01/22/shipping-policies-and-new-rates-for-2012/
General Business and Marketing: **This is, perhaps, the most important section for starting and having a succesful clutch business**
*How you can get listed as a seller on my blog.
>>>Read this and provide me with your info: http://clutchme.wordpress.com/2010/11/30/sellers-to-be-added-this-week-etsy-sellers-submit-yours/
*What you can do to increase your chances of making a sale!
*How to save money and cut your materials cost like the pros!
*How to ship internationally without standing in line at the post office.
*How to give your customer more in one clutch.
*How to get more exposure to your clutches and shop.
*Tips for selling at arts and crafts fairs
*What does it take to start your own clutch business.
*Why Etsy is a great place to start … but are you missing out on other opportunities?