Anatomy of a Market

January 20, 2017   /   byJanet M Perry  / Categories :  Feeds

Because needlework markets are not open to the pubic, they often seem mysterious. We see our local shops closed for market, we see the new products on all kinds of platforms, we read the coverage, and we see the sales. It almost seems like instant stash enhancement. In reality shows are lots of work for […]

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