Looking for ways to make your craft shop stand out from the crowd and really sell your wares? Follow our top tips for product photography. No fancy equipment or major technical know-how required, just plenty of time, patience, and imagination.
We catch up with the winners of the Mollie Makes Handmade Awards who spill the beans on their experience at the event, the best advice from mentors, and what’s next. Turn to page 44 in issue 43 to read more about the day, or click here to get the deats on the winners
Love knitting but not so hot on accounting? A whiz on a sewing machine but no good with a spreadsheet? Then this book is for you! Mollie Makes Making It includes all the hard facts you need to start your own craft business
Planning on setting up your own creative workspace or business? Quill & Fox’s Yas Imamura offers her advice
Thinking of selling handmade items online? Folksy.com‘s Emily Barnes offers her advice…
Gemma Correll, illustrator of pugs and Cats of the World, talks with Mollie Makes about tote bags, creative processes and setting up a business from home
Thinking of starting your own craft business? Lovely Pigeon’s Kirsty Thomas offers her advice
Whether you run a blog or an online Etsy store, good photography can really help you and your crafty creations get noticed online.
We asked Neil and Sarah, organisers of Design Your Career event, what tips they have for crafters keen to start selling their wares online
Sometimes running a creative business on your own can be a bit overwhelming, especially during the hustle and bustle of the Christmas period. Melanie Chadwick shares 5 tips for running a craft business. Is there a recipe for success for this screenprinter? Let’s find out.