Orders have slowed down a bit, so I'm taking this opportunity to revise my 'About' page on Etsy. Almost a year ago, Etsy changed our 'About' page to include photos and a better layout so our sellers can get to know the buyers better. I thought it was great, but finding the time to rewrite and to look for photos went to the bottom of the list of things to do.
Recently, I decided I should get this done. I read one seller's comment that she liked to know who the buyer was and where they lived. If there was no 'About' page, she did not buy from them. I rarely know my sellers because I tend to be more interested in the product. Then again, she has a point. She makes a connection with the seller.
I had to show off some of my recent work. Does it look eye-catching to you?
I could not leave out my supervisors. They are, after all, an important part of the process. I gave each one a work title: Squirrel - quilt inspector, Max - hugs adviser, Hitch - exercise guru, and last, but not least, my QuiltinCats' Avatar Dusty - fabric tester.
The photos were the easy part. Writing about myself was even harder. I spent a long time writing and re-writing my Bio. Ugh! I think I managed to make it sound interesting without going overboard. I wanted to keep it short and sweet. I think I managed to do that. I might revise it again later, but for now, this will work. Speaking of work, I need to get back to my projects....