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Posted by Dora on September 22, 2001 at 12:58:59:

In Reply to: Re: question posted by annie on September 22, 2001 at 06:10:56:

: Hi, are you talking about something other than needle point? I wasn't sure from your note. You might try calling companies that produce the work you are interested in working on, see if someone will talk to you about hiring.

: Also, if you are well known in your field, is there some way you can parlay that into more work?

: I agree the help wanted sections in the newspaper are the worst place to look for jobs. A book I've used in the past with good strategies for job hunting is "What Color is Your Parachute".

: Kinda scarey out there isn't it? annie

Annie, I apreciate your reply.
Yes I meant any other product i'm interested what invalved hand painting. Needlepoint industry is different then other craft business, because the Needlepoint Association only have 3 major trade show, where the shop owners come and buy mass amount. I currently work about 100 store all over the country, but because the current situation, they don't buy more then what they have in inventory. Next show will be in January. So I'm stuck with the leftover orders from the last show. I will check out what you suggested. Again apreciate your input. Dora



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