A clear three-step guide can cut through the confusion and show you where you should be promoting your handmade products online, explains Polly Dugdale from Handmade Horizons.
To help you organise your online shop and plan your marketing and promotions, we’ve designed a free monthly craft calendar you can download.
5 tips to help boost your Valentine’s Day sales, get your products included in Valentine ideas guides and get noticed this Valentine!
Artist Trudi Murray explains how a photoshoot with a professional photographer has boosted her business as well as her confidence.
We talk to Chris and Hannah Barker from The Smallprint Company who create letterpress prints, cards and personalised wedding stationery on vintage letterpress machines
Together French artist Delphine His and English illustrator Max Hiley are Delphine and Max. They create cute ceramic homewares and jewellery from their loft studio in Leicester. We talk to them to find out more.
Create a Pinterest board featuring lovely things on Folksy and we will share our favourites in our gift guides. Here’s how to curate your own wish list on Folksy so we can share it with the world!
We talk to Welsh artist and illustrator Lowri Roberts about the strange world of Twinkle and Gloom, and the ideas of beauty and womanhood that lie behind her illustrations.
We share your amazing Merry Craftmas pictures, and hope to get everyone making over mince pies and mulled wine this Christmas!
We talk to Tim and Judy Cramp from Pure Brass about the family business they built in the 1980s that still makes brass products in converted cow sheds in Wales…
It’s coming to the end of the year, so it’s a good time to review your progress and look at what has and hasn’t…
We talk to Egle Zulonaite from Fir Tree Knitwear about her hand-knitted Fair Isle socks, scarves and mittens, and discover that she learned to knit as a child in the cold winters of Lithuania.
British textile artist Emma Corry from Emma Corry Designs creates gorgeous textile art and decorations with incredible attention to detail, using a vintage Elna sewing machine just like her mum’s.
We talk to Sally Hawker from Sally and the Freckles to find out more about her wonderful illustrated cards – each one a cute character study of an animal accompanied by a short story, poem or ditty.
Rosie O’Neill started her creative business because she wanted was to design things she could make with her own two hands. Now she designs and makes textiles, home accessories and jewellery that celebrate making and the entire handmade community.