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Hand knitting is just that

Hand knitting; that’s how I say my goods are made. Unless it is via a different method, but it is mainly hand made: me and sewing machines don’t always see eye to eye. So when taking part in a social media post this week it was mentioned that the price people are willing to pay for […]

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Taking a new direction

I hear top business people telling companies that to stay in the public eye you need to constantly reinventing to stay new and fresh: relevant. I’m just a small fish in a very big sea, but I sat back and pondered. When I started Grans I had no idea that I would still be here doing what I love 6 […]

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Planning for the year ahead

Happy New Year. Usually as at this point I reflect on the past twelve months but I find myself  looking forward; planning for this year. Perhaps its because I actually took some time out and put my feet up over Christmas that I am excited about this year. It could also be that my planning meant that […]

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Celebrating Five Years of Grans

There was a post on a forum recently that asked when you started your craft business and how you should be celebrating this milestone: this got me thinking. How long had Grans knits ‘n’ bits been trading. When I originally started out with my ‘business’ I was a book keeper. I’ve always loved figure work […]

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