3 January 2015
|Screen shot of the new web site|
Today I put the finishing touches on my newest web site— MakeYourOwnClothespins.com. This new web site is an important step towards my goal of helping to bring the manufacture of high-quality, traditional-style clothespins back to America.
As I've stated here in the past, I don't want to have a big clothespin manufacturing company of my own. Instead, I want to develop a network of independent artisan clothespin makers, which I will be a part of.
If you have woodworking experience, and would like to make some heirloom-quality clothespins, as a personal project to give as gifts, you will appreciate the web site.
And if you are looking for a unique, small-scale woodworking business, you'll definitely want to visit the web site.
If you are not a woodworker yourself, but you have friends who are, please let them know about MakeYourOwnClothespins.com.
If you have a Facebook page, I sure would appreciate you posting about the new web site there (I don't have a Facebook page). There is a button below for Facebook.