You’ve discovered the knitpreneur inside and you want it to shine!
It’s an odd realisation, when suddenly you know you need to find a new purpose to drive your knitting.
You may have drawers full of finished knits, you get ‘not another one!’ when you knit more hats for your grandchildren, and your neighbours’ Christmas trees can’t take more knitted decorations - they’ll collapse under the weight!
The answer comes to you - sell what you knit!
Friends and family have suggested it before, maybe you’ve been offered a commission in the past (did you knit it for free anyway?)
So let’s get you started.
If you’re ready to dive in to profitable knitting, these will guide you step by step:
Pattern Writing Made Easy
There are times when the ideal pattern just can't be found.
And if you're knitting for profit, finding one that allows you to sell the finished item is just another headache.
Learning to create your own patterns, just as you like them, is the perfect solution. (it's a lot easier than you might think!)
Find licensed patterns for your knitting business
If you'd like to skip the pattern writing and collection sorting, you'll find individual and bundles of patterns in the shop, ready and waiting for you.
With licensed upgrades so you can sell the finished items without crediting or adding Knit With Hannah to any labels, you can prepare a ready-made knitwear collection for your Folksy store or Craft Fair circuit.