This is staring at me saying "you don't have any posts yet," so okay fine, I'm posting something!
I used to make a lot of stretchy bracelets. They sold like crazy until that rubber band bracelet craze started and then people started picking them up and going "oh, rubber band bracelets". Look, people, these are not things you can make with a kit you got at Wal-Mart! There's metal involved! There's intricate weaves, and smrtness!
The great thing about them is that they are durable (metal and nonlatex rubber), get dirty and wash up with zero problem, can be worn comfortably day and night, need no clasp, and if you break it I will fix it for the cost of shipping.
This one above, for example, is a "Beez 2 Butterflies" weave (I do not name these weaves, the inventors of them do... this got its weird name because it's folded-back Byzantine weave laid side by side instead of end to end... oh, go look at the Chainmaille page if you don't know what on earth I'm talking about, MAYBE it'll make more sense). Anyway, I think the more intricate ones are super cool, and I have been making the weaves more dense than I did when I first started making them.
But it's gotten to where no one buys them and I have even considering phasing the line out entirely. What do you think? Should they stay or should they go?
If you think they should stay with you, here's a link to the one above.