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Short film idea...came to me, inspired by [livejournal.com profile] ericcaptdrake...

SURVIVOR: REN FEST
mapsedge: Me at Stone Bridge Coffee House (Default)
Short film idea...came to me, inspired by [livejournal.com profile] ericcaptdrake...

SURVIVOR: REN FEST
mapsedge: Me at Stone Bridge Coffee House (Titanic)
An update, with (apologies, but it's MY journal) some marketing stuck in here and there.

It's done: I closed the Seamlyne site to new tights orders. You can still get Ready-To-Wear tights, though, and there are a dozen or so pair at home that are cut and not yet made. There'll be inventory for a while yet, and the prices have been dropped to 2004 levels.

All of my fabric is for sale, and just to get rid of it quick I've priced it at my cost. I'm also offering my patterns for sale, so if you've ever wanted to try to make your own tights, now's your chance. I'd appreciate any help in spreading that news, like to a.f.r and other online groups.

It's a weird feeling, seeing the end of that particular tunnel after, what, ten years? But it's also a relief. There are six pairs of tights sitting, waiting to be built for orders placed and paid for and I'm going to have to force myself to work on them. I just don't want to. Mentally, I've moved on, and it was easier than I thought it would be.

I attended my first IFC meeting, and had a good time. The Mercers went with me, and it was like old times. We fell into our old, easy friendship like high school was yesterday instead of twenty-five years ago.

The IFC meeting, and the new path I'm starting down, are a post for later. Suffice it to say, I left the meeting encouraged and caffeinated, a dangerous combination.

The summary thought: I can do that.

Thanks to my wife, who is supporting me in this journey. Dearest, you were right. I'm seeing the new path a little differently after the meeting than before. I'm also looking forward to seeing what you can do with the gardens.

[livejournal.com profile] joegoda, you were right too. Possible career change? We'll see. :)
mapsedge: Me at Stone Bridge Coffee House (Titanic)
An update, with (apologies, but it's MY journal) some marketing stuck in here and there.

It's done: I closed the Seamlyne site to new tights orders. You can still get Ready-To-Wear tights, though, and there are a dozen or so pair at home that are cut and not yet made. There'll be inventory for a while yet, and the prices have been dropped to 2004 levels.

All of my fabric is for sale, and just to get rid of it quick I've priced it at my cost. I'm also offering my patterns for sale, so if you've ever wanted to try to make your own tights, now's your chance. I'd appreciate any help in spreading that news, like to a.f.r and other online groups.

It's a weird feeling, seeing the end of that particular tunnel after, what, ten years? But it's also a relief. There are six pairs of tights sitting, waiting to be built for orders placed and paid for and I'm going to have to force myself to work on them. I just don't want to. Mentally, I've moved on, and it was easier than I thought it would be.

I attended my first IFC meeting, and had a good time. The Mercers went with me, and it was like old times. We fell into our old, easy friendship like high school was yesterday instead of twenty-five years ago.

The IFC meeting, and the new path I'm starting down, are a post for later. Suffice it to say, I left the meeting encouraged and caffeinated, a dangerous combination.

The summary thought: I can do that.

Thanks to my wife, who is supporting me in this journey. Dearest, you were right. I'm seeing the new path a little differently after the meeting than before. I'm also looking forward to seeing what you can do with the gardens.

[livejournal.com profile] joegoda, you were right too. Possible career change? We'll see. :)

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