I would check out craft sites, Threadbangerdotcom, ebay would probably be your best bet. good luck!
Start an ecrater Store, then you can put stuff up for Sale and link it. But E Bay is good. I do both.
I worked for Vanson Leathers for seven years their market was mainly in Japan. Racing suits worldwide.
cool...how about rennaissance fairs...co ops for artists? do you do hand sewing or machine? is it elk? deer? steeride? dont forget bikers and harley stores...betcha they could turn you on to something!!! way to go too!! leather is fun...I am currently working on a new purse from elkskin and burning it too...I have all animals pyrograhed on this one...but the handle, man, its hard...I prefer to just tuck my purse up under my arm and go but baby girl said I have to make a handle for my shoulder cause shes afraid some big ole bad guy will steal it haha would love to see a pic of te one you are working on....and you know the making of it would be a great hub,,,,did I mention I am the WORST copycat lol
If you are selling an item, then coming across as a serious professional would help. Perhaps take a course in English and marketing would benefit you.
Quite and endeavor, sewing leather coats:) You must have a commercial or leather sewing machine? Good going, don't give up, keep on making the connections, you'll find a place you can market them. Make sure you have some nice tags, to help promote your coats. If they are artzy in anyway, you might try to put them in some art galleries? Also Etsy, sells only vintage and handmade items. I have heard people doing really well off that site, in promoting and make money with their product. Hope your endeavors will be blessed with abundance!
I agree with Ebay that would be a good start...and I hope you make that into a hub! that would be a great one, james!
I can't believe that you are making a leather coat. You should really write a hub about that - it is so cool. Not that a lot of people will run out and try to make a leather jacket.
They supposedly sell a lot of handmade goods at ETSY and a friend has had some success but you have to keep adding stuff and refreshing etc.
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