Craft Web

An organization called Ageless Enterprise is helping senior citizens and disabled individuals sell their crafts at craft shows and through their web site. You can get more information from the KVOA News 4 web site here. Ageless Enterprise is paid for by a three year-grant from the Corporation for National and Community Service, and was […]

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Just a quick update to let you know about a cool site I stumbled upon. It’s called the Fabric Origami Workshop, and it shows you how to do some VERY interesting boxes using fabric. For crafters, this may be a very unique way of packaging your products (if they are small), and would even make […]

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An Online Craft Fair

by Jennifer

I’m just writing a quick post before I head out to golf… I just stumbled onto an online craft fair that will allow you to sell you crafts in an online environment designed to invoke the wide-ranging array of products available at a crafts fair. Called artsEfest.com, this new site offers very reasonable pricing for […]

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One of the hardest things about starting a running a successful crafts business is selling your product. Most likely you wanted to get into a crafts business because you are good at making your crafts, and you are very creative. But, the business end of a crafts business can leave you dazed and confused. And, […]

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I came across this story from the Asheville, NC Citizen-Times newspaper, and I’m pretty excited. It seems that Western Carolina University is creating a database with 100s of photos, brochures, and other digital information about the history of crafts in Western North Carolina. Starting on September 1st, you’ll be able to see a digital archive […]

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