"I used to name my hats and fascinators after the first client who ordered that particular design. Then I started getting into trouble because friends (and even family members) would call me, upset that I hadn’t named a particular design after…"
Hello Pros!I pray this finds you all well. I am in the process of creating an Order Form from which my customers can order their head pieces (hats, fascinators, hatinators, etc). Half way through, I am stuck! Do any of you have Order Forms that you will be willing to share? Any advise would be greatly appreciated.Blessings!See More
"Thanks, Tiffany. I don't put a weight on it, but do apply a bit of steam and try to close the holes. I guess I need to invest in pins that don't rust; the last time I had some nasty rust marks left behind - ugh! Thanks…"
"Nice hat design Tiffany! I have a crown block similar to yours; how do you block and maintain the dip on the top? I try to use some cording and then have to hold it down with blocking pins but find that the pins leave holes in them…"
"Hi Tiffany, I am curiously reading along this topic as I too have often thought of hiring my head pieces - I am thinking more of fascinators that won't cover the face and attract makeup; every hat I have ever worn has ended up with makeup on…"
"So happy to be reading about pricing. I started some three years ago and still have an issue with pricing. Needless to say, my husband also says that I am seriously undercharging, but I do so for fear that I may not have anyone to buy…"
"Sharon, where are you based? I ask because I read in your post that you know the size restrictions for different postage areas, which is something I am struggling with; I am based in the US. Many thanks!