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Been a bit behind schedule, but I’ve been trying to clean up the website, and get a better handle on the Amazon stuff.
I had to cancel an order today because the buyer wanted 2nd day delivery. I didn’t know that was an option for someone to click on when buying my socks. I don’t think it is possible to get socks to the USA from where I am in 2 days. I was thinking I would be able to send a message to the buyer “Hey sorry, I had to cancel the order because there’s no way to get the socks to you so fast. If you are not in such a rush, I would be happy to send them out to you.”
Instead, I hit “cancel order” and there was no way to let me message the buyer. Crap. Well, hope they try again.
A friend of mine set up an online market place for Haberdash, and already I’ve seen a jump in sales! SO I’m rather excited to be able to help get the word out on the new site:
Haberdashers WorldWide: online bazaar
I think I have most of my stuff posted on the site, but I certainly need to go through it.
One of my first pairs of socks that I actually sold out of is now back in stock, and alrerady selling!!!
- they are a little bit different, as I added a couple stripes at the tip, and brand name on the feet.
- amazon link here.
It has been a very busy summer. I’ve got some new products already in, and evven already listed on Amazon:
new socks Amazon link here.
But for now, the big news is that I’ve finally put in the application for registering gthe company name: Wigi.
– fingers crossed its accepted.
Well, after a little bit of time in Texas, and New Orleans, I have made it back to South China. And looks like its time to get back to making some gear for those that are needing it.
– socks? of course of 1 sort or another.
– skirts? How about pink harriette skirts for running?
– shirts? maybe women’s style for upcoming World Peace Through Beer. Do you know about WPTB?
And as always, socks are available on amazon.
I am currently in Texas, and happy to say that my socks are holding up so very well! Especially through the tall grass and warm water ravines.
Definitely need a good shower afterward, though.