posted October 06, 2004 08:23 PM
Hi again, I have heard of this one and posted it. It never got a response. I called the number listed and just have mixed feeling about this one. You have to find the supplies on your own. They do give some options on supplies but you have to get them approved by them. The pattern is not their own, I found it on another web site. The one bead that is used in this which is a twisted rectangular tube bead I could not find anywhere. The other thing and maybe I missed it is that I don't think they re-imburse (boy I can't spell. lol) you for supplies. I think that is why they pay so well. I just have mixed feelings about this one. Sorry I couldn't be more help to you! Take care! Cheryl
posted October 07, 2004 12:56 PM
Hi Rosie, I have a list of supplies that go into making these. If you think you still might be interested, email me off the board and I will pass the information on to you. Have a nice day! Cheryl
quote:Originally posted by chers: Hi Rosie, I have a list of supplies that go into making these. If you think you still might be interested, email me off the board and I will pass the information on to you. Have a nice day! Cheryl
Hi Chers, I seen your post about the wine keeper supplies and was wondering if you could email this info to me?I am interested in this work and I would like to have some idea of what I will need to buy.Thank you
posted February 27, 2005 04:57 AM
Hi, Before you jump on board with this know that all the supplies have to be bought on your own and they are very difficult to find. I can give you a list of supplies if you give me your email address. I had the worst time finding some of the beads and headpins used. I don't know anything about the company because I never signed up with them. The pattern that they use is someones elses and I found it on the Internet but don't ask me where because I can't remember. I was searching for the beads and just happened across it. I believe the pattern is from a company called Westrim. chers
Is is possible they have changed the way they do things since you checked into it last? On the website it says this: "We will rush your complete instructions, patterns, materials and all supplies necessary. " It makes it sound like you get the supplies from them. I do know that a lot of these work from home companies can be misleading though. I would do some research before signing up, that's for sure. Actually I will try to do that over the next few days and post back here if I find anything. It gives the owners name, I will see if I can find out if there are any court cases filed against her and check BBB etc.
posted February 27, 2005 10:29 PM
Wine-Keepers looks to be assoicated with Capital Crafts. On the websites they both list the same lady as "President", have similiar mailing address and phone #'s. The addresses appear to be mail drops.
posted February 28, 2005 04:59 AM
What they are talking about is the starter kit to make five wraps. After you pass inspection you have to purchase all supplies on your own. I know of someone who tried this and got their kit in the last two weeks and it is still the same. chers
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