My girlfriend and I have just bought a house - a Victorian period property which is in need of serious renovation and modernisation.
As such, the time I have available for making strops, and the all important customer communication, lengthy custom order discussions etc, will greatly diminish to the point where it simply won't be workable.
I still wish to make strops, but for a time my work will have to move away from custom work individual to each customer. Instead I'll make a handful of strops as and when I have time, and advertise them for immediate purchase via my website, eBay, and here on my Facebook page. How long will this go on for? Difficult to say - but I envisage at least 12 to 18 months.
I will certainly revert to custom work once our house is a home. Work on an old property like this will probably never end, but I have every intention of continuing my strop work, and the custom aspect of it will certainly return in the not too distant future.
Thanks as always for your continued support.