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Scheduled Maintenance

We’ll be taking the service down at 00:00 on the 17th of March, for approximately an hour to roll out some minor changes and…

Server unavailable

We just experienced one of the servers in our cluster stop serving webpages. Customers accessing this server would have been unable to access the…

Service status and updates

Something we’ve been wondering how to improve is letting you all know when there are problems with the service, we’ve managed this on a…

Reddy?

The Crafteroo! Comic Relief shop is our featured shop for today and tomorrow and has a heap of things donated by crafters who use…

Stress and strain

image by steveweaver. Hello. The past week has been pretty hectic after the mention in The Guardian our traffic spiked and well, we seem…

March’s Featured Sellers

Okay, so we’re a bit late, but March’s featured sellers are now up! Evie Milo of Milomade, one of last month’s featured sellers, was…

Guardian says hello…

There was a nice full page piece in today’s Guardian magazine on Folksy, to quote: Homespun, recycled wares are a byword for cool in…

Going Global: Postage

image by: who has a great set of Israeli stamps. You’d think it would be pretty simple to create an interaction, a decision making…

Meet our Makers

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Meet the Maker – Fused Glass artist Sally Banks from Granary Glass

As a child, fused glass artist Sally Banks from Granary Glass was spellbound by the colours cast on the floor as sunlight streamed through stained glass windows. Years later, she is still just as captivated by the quality and luminescence of glass. Ceramicist Kath Cooper interviews Sally to learn more about her craft, her inspirations and her fused glass techniques…

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Meet the Maker – Kath Cooper Ceramics

Kath Cooper has been working with clay for nearly 30 years and over that time her miniature clay houses and little birds have worked their way into many a heart. Helen from Paper Bea Company interviews Kath to discover more about her ceramics, her inspiration and her scraffito technique