One of the challenges with trying to sell on line is getting good photographs of textiles. This is a lot harder than you might think.
First of all - accurate colour. Colour on the internet is difficult because it may look perfect on my monitor - and vastly different on someone else's.
There is also the lack of tactile experience. How to convey how something feels in the hand? The warmth of it, or the coolness? How soft, or rigid? The texture?
All of these things are missing from the on line shopping experience.
I have had the best sales from people who are either weavers, or have already seen my textiles in real life. So it was a bit of a stretch for me to sign up for an on line 'shop' through Circle Craft
In the end I decided that, since I have sold my textiles at the Circle Craft Christmas Market for a number of years now, and have developed a bit of a following, that perhaps having a shop associated with the market would be a good thing.
Once we are home from Vancouver - and I see what is left of my inventory - I will attempt to get photos of my textiles and post them to my shop.