If You Need Annual Report 2018-19

If You Need sells high quality bags made from real netball bibs. Like a true Wing Defence we are here if you need. 2018-19 was a year of growth for If You Need, with the number of netball bib bags dispatched increasing four-fold on the previous financial year. These figures were significantly below the target… Read Post »

FAQs – Netball Bib Bags

I’ve become tired of answering the same questions about my netball bib bags (sold through the Etsy shop If You Need). I’ve prepared this list of answers to Frequently Asked Questions. I have hands and arms. Why should I use a bag to carry things? Bags can greatly assist in the ease and efficiency of… Read Post »

Your future in 2018 according to Netballstrology

Your netball position is highly predictive of your future. I’ve spent many hours meditating on an orange (very painful and sticky) in order to divine these uncannily accurate netballstrology readings. Read on to find out what 2018 has in store for you. Note: The bags pictured are available at www.ifyouneed.etsy.com With Mercury peeling the orange… Read Post »

Bags

I’ve started turning netball bibs into bags and selling them on Etsy. Customer research suggests that the main factor limiting sales is that people don’t think they need a bag, believing it is better to move things using their hands alone. In fact, bags are a practical way to carry a wide range of items. Once… Read Post »

My hobbies

I’m very busy and important, but that doesn’t mean I don’t make time for hobbies. Here are some of my faves. 1. Sticky taping the flaps back onto lift the flap books I often delay delving into this hobby, but once I start it’s very satisfying. There are usually a number of flaps scattered around my… Read Post »

Making and mending and being twee

I’ve just started listening to Things to Make and Mend by Ruth Thomas read by Finty Williams. It’s a story about craft and friendship so I’m concerned that it might be twee. I have a highly developed (and perhaps somewhat arbitrary) twee-dar. I first started dismissing people/films/art movements with this word after interviewing a potential… Read Post »

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