Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Here is my latest project. I've seen them other places on the internet and looked at the patterns but as usual, I found something about each one that I wanted to tweak. So I decided to just come up with my own. It works up quickly and in one piece. I'm also a left-y so I frequently have to adjust patterns to accomodate that, although I think this pattern could be made by a right-y too. Here's a few pics of the progress. See if you can figure it out.....

Have you guessed yet?
Ok, I'll tell's a non-disposable, reusable cover for your disposable sweeper dusters and mops (can't say the name - trademark rules, but you know the ones I'm talking about)
Here's the finished product...

Here's where you guys come in. 
I need your help deciding what to do with it. 

  • Do I make and sell the product? 

  • Do I just sell the pattern? 

  • Or do I do both? 
Leave your comments and help me decide.

Just for fun, here are a few pics of some necklaces in
myCrossRoads shop. As always, if you see anything you like, contact me to find out how to purchase them.

Ok, so this isn't a's a bracelet made from seashells a friend gathered in Florida.
More grape cluster necklaces

Have a GREAT day and don't forget to leave a comment and help me out of my dilema!


  1. Mom, i think you should sell the product AND the pattern!! love your cluster neclaces, very cute! i've seen those on etsy and thought you could totally do that way better than anyone else! :) love ya ma

  2. The necklaces are beautiful!
    I might be interested in the reusable cover for my "unnamed" mop. (ready-made, not a pattern). Let me know if you decide to start selling them on etsy.

  3. I like it! The colors are awesome. How wide is it? Could it be a headband?

  4. I use one of those "unnamed" mops. I might be interested in getting your reuable ones. Great idea!

  5. Your knitted creation is great! :) I'd say, if you enjoy knitting them...sell it already made. If you *don't* enjoy knitting them very much...then I would sell the pattern! :)

  6. First I would check in etsy to see how many people are selling these or the PDF. Of course, I would buy either from you.


  7. I'd vote to do both , sell the pattern and the finished product; some folks like me don't do needlework but like the finished product :) Best of luck; it's a great ida!

  8. so pretty, love the seashell must have good eyesight and a steady hand. I'm a crocheter too and was walking around the block and found your blog. How very nice to meet you
    stop over sometime, if your in the neighborhood.


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