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.
We’ve launched a brand new and improved ‘About’ section for your Folksy shop. Here we tell you a bit more about the feature and how to use it.
We recently shared a post about a fantastic new journal and wall planner to help you streamline your craft business and make 2017 your…
Emily Quinton teaches makers how to grow their business using photography and social media. She tells us her story and introduces the special workshop she’ll be running at the Weekend of the Maker
Lee Jenkins from L J Bird Carving creates beautiful carved wooden birds that are stocked by the National Trust. Lee tells us more in our interview
Nikomi chooses her favourite Handmade Halloween Treats for a fun-filled Halloween on Folksy
We’re really pleased to introduce the new Shop Announcement feature! This feature is great for letting customers know about any promotions, last order dates for Christmas or shop news. Here’s how to use it…
We talk to designer Sally Nencini about her knitted blankets, cushions and toys inspired by vintage Galt games, children’s books and Clothkits.
A selection of beautiful copper and turquoise finds selected by artist Judith Logan
The full programme of craft workshop and business development sessions taking place on 26-27 November in Sheffield as part of the Weekend of the Maker
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…