Create Hot Best Sellers In The Sewing Niche With Public Domain


Hobbies is a huge topic or niche... Products Related To Sewing Are Hot! Hot! Hot!


Now... some of you may be put off because this micro-niche topic is about Public Domain Sewing... or because it deals with the "crafty" niche.

But this niche - or any hobby niche - can never be overdone.

And... if you think about this as a tutorial for your own niche, (replace craft, pattern or cross stitch - with your own "hobby" term) you might find a few new windows of opportunity.

I'm just saying.... :o)

This is a selection from a Public Domain book about "Sewing for little girls"...

It is an easy matter to interest a little girl in sewing if one approaches the subject in the right way.

The average mother pays scant attention to her child's play with dolls, not realizing that it is possible to turn the making of the doll's outfit into the most practical of lessons.

While a garment for herself might at first only weary and dishearten the little seamstress, the miniature pieces have a peculiar appeal of their own that will cause her to execute the most perfect kind of work with delight.

The wise woman, therefore, will assist with suggestions about the suitability of the materials to be used, and aid in the laying on of the patterns, the cutting and the fitting, as well as instruct about the actual sewing.

Indeed, with the dolls clothes it is possible to make each article teach some special lesson under the guise of the most fascinating play, while having mother for a friend and helper will be another incentive to neatness.


Okay... Focus for a minute or two. What would be a really profitable idea to use all this great content that this book contains?

I know that sewing never goes out of style.

I have never (ever) walked into a craft store and not found a huge section devoted to the sewing hobby. It's a hobby that has been around for centuries and will continue to be taught for generations to come.

But... if a section of that store is focused on kids "and" sewing then you know this is a hot seller!

What if you could provide unique patterns just for girls (or boys) to learn their first sewing skills? Sell them on eBay or your own website. Advertise in sewing magazines. Well... you get the picture.

Targeted Micro-Niche Markets just in the "Sewing" field would include:

  • Quilting
  • Tatting
  • Cross stitch
  • Knitting
  • Mending
  • Upholstery
  • And more...

Every one of these is a "hobby" that's been around for centuries... which means a ton of information is ready for you to use any way you want!

About The Author:

Debra Conrad is an online entrepreneur, information publisher, and author that has been using Public Domain material to create profitable products and businesses since 2007. She is also co-author of "The Public Domain Treasure Hunter's Survival Kit" available here. For more info Debra, click here.

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  1. GrandmaMarilyn says

    I have taken public domain filet crochet patterns and created bead patterns with them. People go crazy over these. I have a whole bunch of them that I found from the early 1900’s that I have collected to continue creating bead patterns from filet crochet.

  2. says

    Cynthia… I know a blogger who has ONE blog and pulls in $500 a month. That may not seem like a ton of cash… but she only has time to work on in one night a week for about 3 hours. She does have a “list” and a well established blog so she does need to respond to emails every day.

    This did NOT happen over night. And… if she could ramp up her efforts she would be making more (much more) every month.

    Big – Huge – Authority blogs (such as this one) do take a bit of work. They are not the “set up and just make money automagically” sites like I teach in the “Blog In A Day” product.

    I can (obviously) take time off and still have a great blog. When I do take time off – it’s nice to know that you all miss me (I get emails asking “where did you go”?). But – it’s not really fair of me to just drop off the face of the earth and expect that you all will just be ready for me when I “feel” like I have something to share.

    It happens – when you have a website that has grown so huge and you feel like you have “just talked about everything already” – you will have times of burnout. This is why you need to have a passion for your subject. The reality is that you will never totally loose your passion.. and will eventually get back on the horse and start blogging again.

    I’m not sure what a “massive amount of work” means to you. Massive can mean different things to different people.

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