**Title: Valuable Advice for Discouraged Knitters – How to Deal with Difficult Customers**
Are you feeling discouraged by difficult customers who leave orders and undermine your hard work? In this video, we address the concerns of a subscriber who is facing this very challenge. We provide valuable advice on how to handle undecided clients, record orders, and ensure that your work is respected. Don’t let a few setbacks discourage you – there are other options to explore and ways to value your craft.
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## Video Transcript:
Hello! Today, we want to address a common issue that many knitters face – difficult customers. We’ve received a message from one of our subscribers who is feeling discouraged and disrespected by clients who order pieces and then refuse to take them. This behavior can be frustrating and hurtful, but we’re here to help you navigate this situation.
First and foremost, it’s important to protect yourself and your work. We recommend recording the order details, including measurements, colors, and any other specifications. This can be done on paper or using your phone or computer. By having a record of the order, you can protect yourself in case of any disputes or disagreements later on.
Additionally, consider the option of recording a video or taking photos of the piece before delivery. This acts as evidence and ensures that you are not held responsible for any discrepancies or claims made by the customer. It’s essential to protect your investment and the time and effort you put into your craft.
We understand that dealing with difficult customers can be disheartening. However, giving up should never be an option. Think about the value you have created through your work – the hours spent honing your skills, researching, and experimenting with different stitches. Your craft deserves respect, and you should not allow anyone to diminish its worth.
If you continue to face challenges with difficult customers, consider exploring alternative options. You could approach local stores and offer your pieces on consignment or create a range of unique blouses to attract new customers. Another avenue to consider is specializing in baby clothes, which have a small grid and can be sold privately or to specific stores.
Above all, remember that your work is valuable and should be respected. Don’t let the actions of a few individuals undermine your passion and effort. You have the ability to choose the best path for yourself and your craft. Knitting is not just a therapy or a hobby; for many, it is a necessary source of income. Value yourself, value your work, and never give up.
We hope this advice helps you overcome the challenges you’re facing. If you have any additional tips or experiences to share, please leave them in the comments. We believe in supporting and uplifting one another, and your input can contribute to the growth of the knitting community. Together, we can overcome any obstacles and continue to create beautiful pieces.
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