The plus side to nonsense names?
Jul 16, Good Morning everyone, just enjoyed reading all your comments at the tea party. Just my kind of people. Love zucinni and pesto. The weather is beautiful, in the upper 80s at present. Going into the 90s next week so they say. I have a little shop where I do alterations downtown. I am trying to generate new iincome by adding yarn, needles and books to one side of the shop. I need a catchy name to attract attention painted on the window.
That aside, I am an avid knitter. Just doing wash cloths at the present time which is so enjoyable and relaxing. I am having trouble starting to use my new knitting machines.
I did have some lessons a long time ago. Today is the day. I will enjoy having like minded people to talk to and to report in to about my progress. Also, to share patterns. There will always be the opportunity to write another article to be more specific. You see, I remember being a beginning knit blogger back in and wanting to be a part of the knitblogger community, but I had NO idea where to start and there were way fewer resources for new bloggers than there are now.
Even now there are few blogging resources especially for knit bloggers. However I promise that we will get a little more detailed in the later articles Yesterday I shared that I felt using a pun to title your knitting blog was a little overdone. I stick by that. Using a pun is a cute and clever way to name a blog and a local yarn shop and if you've already done it, I salute you.
However, I've found that it's been done to excess and I feel that there are better ways for knitters to represent themselves in the way that they choose the title of their blog. Why am I making such a big deal out of naming your blog? It is important and chosing something generic tells your potential audience nearly nothing about what they're going to read on your blog.
Giving yourself an dynamic name empowers you with a perspective, which can inspire you to find something new to write about anytime.
Get out a piece of paper and a pen and just start writing words and phrases that you want to write about. Think about the following questions and a great knitting blog title may make itself known to you. Write down why you love knitting, think about what it is about knitting that you want to share.
Consider what parts of knitting are you good at? What kinds of yarns do you like to knit with? What makes you and your knitting special? Your knitting point of view is inherently special and just because thousands of other knitters have started knitting blogs doesn't mean that you don't have something interesting to say.
Even if all you want to do is share your knitting progress over time, you can choose a title that reflects your particular knitting perspective. You're going to be writing to an audience.
Obviously, you're going to be writing with knitters and crafters in mind, but within knitting there are subsets of knitters. You have very experienced knitters, beginner knitters, knitters who like to knit lace, knitters who like to knit socks. Discover the audience you want to connect with and come up with a name that will appeal to them. We have a bunch of reasons why you should write a knitting blog, but what are the reasons that are meaningful to you?
Are you looking to meet more knitters? Are you wanting to share your secret tips and tricks?
Getting the right materials for your craft is made easier with a steady supplier of materials. These great knitting shop names from existing businesses offer the right encouragement to start your own knitting shop with your design and specialty materials. Knit n Knatter Club; Niffty Knitters; The Quick Knit Club; Purls of Wisdom; Crafty Knitters, that's all I can think of just now. Leonora. I need a catchy name to attract attention painted on the window. That aside, I am an avid knitter. Just doing wash cloths at the present time which is so enjoyable and relaxing.