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Dear Crochetpreneur® Podcast for Crochet Business Owners: Sellers, Designers, and Bloggers

Pamela Grice
LeisureBusinessCraftsEntrepreneurship

Pam Grice, counselor/crocheter turned crochet business coach, from Crochetpreneur® and Made with a Twist™ hosts the Dear Crochetpreneur® podcast to help you turn yarn into money. Whether you're a maker, designer, or blogger, your handmade business will benefit from these bite-sized tidbits and actionable strategies for taking your business from passion to profits. Each week, Pam and other yarn industry experts will answer your questions about creating, selling, designing, marketing, time management, and more! Grab a hook and a WIP, sit back, and enjoy listing to the Dear Crochetpreneur® podcast. It's therapy for your crochet business.

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Latest Episodes

In today's episode, Pam answers a question that she sees all the time from new crochet business owners, She asks, "How do I pick a name for my crochet business?" more

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In today's episode, Pam answers a question from Heather of Happy Yarn 19. She asks, "Do you recommend that makers become pattern testers and can they make money at it?" more

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In today's episode, Pam answers a question that reverberates through the maker community on a daily basis, "Can I sell physical products that I didn't design? What does it mean by 'for personal use only'?" more

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Reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars from 37 ratings
  • Amazing

    Pam’s podcasts are filled with loads of amazing information for all types of crochet business owners. Love that they are short, to the point and just amazing!!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Mjoseph07
    United Statesa year ago
  • Bite-sized nuggets of knowledge

    These short concise lessons have helped me organize and begin to grow my part-time crochet business while managing my full-time career responsibilities. I listen in the morning before work and it provides me a meaningful objective that I can work into my daily schedule in the evenings. Thank you, Pam!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Dede Starnes- TwinKnits
    United Statesa year ago
  • Great podcast!

    Absolutely love the content!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Iveyrn
    United Statesa year ago
  • Why did this stop?

    I found you and was excited. But you only made 10 episodes and stopped close to a year ago. I hope you continue

    Apple Podcasts
    4
    ymasullo
    United Statesa year ago
  • Great Info

    Just stumbled upon this. Look forward to learning more as I listen and get inspired to start my crochet business!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    ActionJax1789
    United States2 years ago

Chart Positions

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#87 United States/Leisure/Crafts
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#11 Canada/Leisure/Crafts
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#38 United Kingdom/Leisure/Crafts
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#82 Australia/Leisure/Crafts
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#3 Brazil/Leisure/Crafts
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#26 India/Leisure/Crafts

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