I bring the variety of yarn that can be found at major trade events out to the regions that would otherwise only be able to view/purchase online. It is also a great opportunity for the dyers to get their product directly in front of their customers when they can't be there themselves.
What makes you passionate about what you do?
I love knitting with quality yarn, I love meeting fellow yarn lovers and I love driving around our country. This is the ultimate combination of my goals and skills to create a truly unique enterprise that serves the yarn community.
What's been the hardest part about your business journey and what have you learnt from that?
Cashflow. I can only be on the road so many days of the year so I run another business to keep things ticking when I'm not running yarn events. Anyone in this industry isn't in it to make millions (and neither am I) but we all need to eat. It will take longer to build this into a truly viable business but this is where the support from WE has been invaluable. The ideas and learnings gained from those on the same path and who are willing to see fellow female entrepreneurs succeed is fantastic.
Website: Wool On Wheels