So after my rant last week about the Ravelry readability survey, I’ve taken the time to ensure that all my patterns are now available on Payhip. It won’t make the slightest difference to the way that Ravelry operates or indeed their income stream, but it does feel like a significant step for me.
I had contemplated setting up an etsy shop and may still do that as all possible avenues for selling my patterns will be helpful.
So I might as well use this as an opportunity to re-advertise my limited range of patterns. I’ve done a collage for each one and then uploaded them to Animoto to create a simple video. I suppose I could have done this just using PowerPoint so that I don’t have the Animoto logo on there. I’ll go with this for now.
A final note. I used to use Animoto a lot when I worked with colleges and Universities and in fact had a paid for account. I can’t believe the price of a full account now – £25 a month!