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Have you ever had terrible sales at a craft fair – or no sales at all? Learn how to diagnose what went wrong and make the most of your next market.
Professional product photographer Lucy Ridges shares her smartphone photography tips so you can learn how to take great product shots on your phone. Transform your product photos and Instagram feed with her simple step-by-step tips.
Meet Martin and Pam from Trawden Pottery, who create hand-thrown functional pots with crisp clean lines and simple glazes and craftsmanship at their core.
Have you seen your organic reach on Facebook drop? Here are seven ways to improve your reach on Facebook and get your posts seen by more people…
What do you get someone passionate about craft and making? Here’s our list of the best books for makers and a wish list of gift ideas for designers
We talk to jewellery Caroline Frodsham from Pods and Plunder about her beautiful seed pod jewellery handmade in copper and silver in West Wales.
We talk to Sara Tasker, aka Me and Orla or to use her proper name ‘Instagram Queen’, who learned how to make a living from Instagram and now teaches others
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 Instagram star Bex Partridge from Botanical Tales about her floral art and how social media has allowed her to start her own creative business.
Meet Antonia Sullivan from Sprig Knitwear – the knitwear designer who wants to wrap you up in love, colour and nostalgia.
Meet lampwork bead maker Joanne Joyce, a jeweller who got hooked on lampworking after her very first lesson at the flame.