Craft Business

Local artisans in Brazil are turning seeds, shells, pits, and other local raw materials into exquisite jewelry art according to the www.fibre2fashion.com web site. Joining these “bio-jewels” into necklaces, bracelets, rings, or earrings, local craftspeople create designs indigenous to their regions. And these local Brazilian articsans do business with buyers in Switzerland, the US, and […]

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Do you live near Seattle, WA? If so, there’s an opportunity to take the Business of Crafts Workshop, a comprehensive 2-day workshop that comes to Seattle on March 16th and 17th of 2007. This workshop, taught by an artist and a gallery owner, is designed for artists and craftspeople new to selling their work or […]

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I found a really great article by a crafting family from Maine who endured their first craft show. It talks a lot about what crafters who are aspiring to start a crafting business can expect from their first craft show. I found it to be a good read and very informative. Check it out! Happy […]

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A Fitchburg, MA woman is using her crafting skills not only for a growing crafting business, but to help a local Fitchburg man who was injured in a car crash. And her choice of crafts – turning men’s brief underwear into halter tops for women. You can find more on the story at the Fitchburg […]

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by Chuck Smith A lot of people wonder whether or not they can make a living at a machine quilting business. I’m not a fortune teller – I can’t really determine whether or not you’ve got what it takes to succeed in a machine quilting business. Only you can make a business successful. In this […]

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by K Snow If you are the creative type who loves working with arts and crafts and are interested in making some money while doing something you enjoy, then you should consider taking up bead designing as a career. Not only can beads be used to design jewelry for classy formal parties and beach wear […]

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