Folksy Ltd

Is it to early for winter stock?


(Kimberley Medhurst) #1

hi, i have been working on winter knitted stock and other items, is it to early to put them in my shop? x


(Pauline Hayward) #2

It’s never too early. I have had christmas items in my shop since the end of July.


(Karen Ellam) #3

I don’t think its too early either. The nights are drawing in and leaves are falling. I think alot of folk are getting prepared for wrapping up and getting stocked up with winter woolies :slight_smile:

Karen


(Eileens Craft Studio) #4

I’ve got some already in my shop and a pile of hats that require photo’s.

I’ve already sold one blanket and I’m creating another at the moment.


(Kimberley Medhurst) #5

thanks guys, think its time to open my box of winter creations and get them sold on here fingers crossed :slight_smile: x


(Melanie Commins) #6

No! It’s definitely getting colder. I’m in the market for a pair of slippers.


(Tracy Stevenson) #7

No, definitely the right time to put them in your shop. I’ve been think about getting my autumn / winter boots today. :slight_smile:
tracy x


(Oh Button Me) #8

Some big high street stores have got there Christmas stock out. So no its not to early :slight_smile:


(Liz Lothian ) #9

Hi, some supermarkets have mince pies in and chocolate santos. We haven’t even had Halloween yet! Liz


(Diane Keeble) #10

No not too early. I know Autumn is on its way because I’ve got my knitting out!


(Mezzaluna) #11

I hope not we only sell warm and woolly tweedy type stuff!


(Kimberley Medhurst) #12

thanks for all your advice, my winter stock is now, up hope you all will have a little look around sharing with friends you may think will be interested xx


(Camilla) #13

It’s definitely not too early! I’ve written a post on the Folksy blog about why it’s important to stock your shop early, with tips on how to make the most of the months leading up to Christmas.

Here’s the link >> http://blog.folksy.com/2014/09/08/how-to-sell-more-at-christmas