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Tagline For A Knitting Business
Posted by Anonymous on
4/19/2005 at 1:50 PM ET
I would really appreciate any help and suggessions.
I handknit hip hats and neckwear in traditional Russian knitting techniques. Names of my lines have Russian names (
). The name of the business is Marina's Hat Emporium. Since the name not really great and it is done deal, I need at least a catchy tagline. I would love to see Knitting and Russian themes in it. Please check out my site, it'll help you to have a better idea.
Thank you again!
4/19/2005 at 2:42 PM
Marina's Hat Emporium - Beautiful Knitwear with a Russian Flair
Marina's Hat Emporium – An eclectic mix of beautiful knitting techniques
Marina's Hat Emporium – Unique and Beautiful Russian Knitwear
Marina's Hat Emporium - From Russia with love
4/20/2005 at 7:46 AM
I like JoMasterson's ideas and only have these to add...
Marina's Hat Emporium – knitwear a la Russe
Marina's Hat Emporium – handknit Russian fashion
4/20/2005 at 2:26 PM
Just thought of a slightly different angle.....
Marina's Hat Emporium - handknitted in style, Russian- fashion
Marina's Hat Emporium - inspired handknitting, Russian-fashion
I love those hats, by the way!
9/18/2011 at 7:04 PM
I knit chic hats, mittens and scarves and need a clever tagline for the boutique where I sell my knitting. The name of my business is "Made by Marney". Marney is my nickname.
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