Hey Stitchers! Nick the Stitch here with an update, finally! Thank you all for your patience, I had a helluva time at St. Theresa Roman Catholic's Fall Festival with Project Asylum Magazine's Tuna Lick. Tuna, you are one crazy man, and that was WITHOUT coffee! (Mental note: Jesus is NOT a zombie! Tho he IS quite lively for a dead guy.) It was a fantastic time, got a lot of people interested in our stuff, and we made a few sales. Thanks to everyone who showed up or just offered support for our efforts.
Now that I've recovered the sleep I needed, here's what I have to offer.
You may have read in a previous post that we're changing gears because of some physical issues. (If you haven't, you might want to read the previous posts, just to get some idea how crazy we get with crafting. Then again, why not tell a friend about us too, that way they can enjoy the Stitcher Life.) This is still very much in progress. I might be able to get some more stitch work done, but my wrist just can't do what it used to. Sucks getting old. Even at 35.
However... on Oct. 24th I will be getting a really sw33t Skil scroll saw from Lowes, and will start making woodcrafted goods that are utilitarian in nature. Stuff like home decor, gardening, and games. Stuff you might want to use. But here's the catch... aside from the games, we're aiming to make these home decor and gardening stuff as kits that you can assemble with a little water-resistant wood glue.
That's right, we make the parts, and you get the honor of not only building it, but you can also do any type of designing you want on it. Burn it. Carve it. Paint or stain it. We don't care, as long as YOU express YOUR creativity.
Still working on the shipping part of things, being as how wood is slightly heavy, but I think we'll have the kinks worked out by early November and listed in time for Thanksgiving shopping. But rest assured, you will have an awesome time seeing what we've got coming.
I'll have more to share in the next day or so, so be good and stay awesome, okay?