Folksy seller Emily Clark from Larryware has been on Twitter since it started in 2006. Here she shares her tips and tricks for anyone who feels daunted by the size and speed of it all, so you can learn to love it too!
As part of our Selling to Shops series, Clare Yuille from the Indie Retail Academy looks at Buyers’ Packs. What is a buyers’ pack, why do you need one and what should go into it?
In this blog post, we guide you through the listing process and share tips that will help get your products closer to the top of more search results on Folksy.
Be part of our campaign to Celebrate Handmade starting on Black Friday. Read what it’s all about and how YOU can join in… #celebrate_handmade
We interview Rebecca Clarke, the jeweller behind Nook of the North, who creates embroidered jewellery inspired by mid-century design
We recently introduced clickable tags and tag pages. Here we explain how they work, how they can help you get seen, and suggest ways you can use them.
Silvana from Jewellery from Silvana chooses her favourite hand-crafted sheep on Folksy and wonders if she is starting a trend…
We talk to Marna Lunt, world-renowned embroidery artist, star of BBC show MAKE: Craft Britain, Craftsy teacher￼ and now Weekend of the Maker tutor
Shop SOS – how to boost sales In this post I’m looking at the reasons why a visitor to your shop doesn’t choose to buy…
Celebrate the launch of new craft site MAKEetc – featuring tutorials, projects, patterns and interviews – with 30% off all CICO books for Folksy sellers
Jess Smith from Silverpasta makes miniature wildlife sculptures in clay, carefully recording their details so each one is as close to nature as possible
Finding the perfect lampshade for your home can be tricky. Here’s a collection of gorgeous handmade lampshades chosen by Vanessa from Copper Dust.
We talk to textile artist Heidi Meier, who started by making nursery art and now creates original embroidered artworks that capture a moment in time, nature and the changing seasons
Meet Katy Livings, who creates treasured textile dolls and rabbits with the finest of details that are destined to become family heirlooms.
Accountant by day, potter by night, Nat from Natko Ceramics is a superhero of craft. Every evening after filing tax returns, Nat disappears to her utility room to hand build little pots and vases that are full of character…