This 30-year-old quit his job to pursue his side hustle selling yarn. Now he's on track to make $200,000 in sales this year

Jake Kenyon started selling hand-dyed yarn as a side hustle and hobby. But as the pandemic popularized crafts like knitting and crocheting, sales jumped from $33,000 in 2019 to $125,000 in 2020. So in January, he quit his job to focus on his side hustle. Here's what he learned from turning his passion into a full-time job.
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