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If you’re a budding designer-maker, then signing up for Hothouse, run by the Crafts Council, could be the best decision you ever make.
Who doesn't want to own their own creative business, we ask you? One lady living the crafty dream is Debbie Ingle of Duck & Duffel. Here's how she went about quitting her day…
Hothouse is THE support scheme to sign up to if you want to make a living as a designer-maker. Here’s how one participant, Jennifer Gray (not the actress!), is finding it.
Fancy taking the next step and making money out of your craft hobby? Craft Council support scheme Hothouse is here to help designer-makers like Grace Hamilton set up a viable business.
Starting a creative business? Typography is an essential, according to one designer, animator and business tutor
Lou Gardiner talks to us about appearing on the new Kettle Chips ad and how she got such an interesting craft gig in the first place!
We find out how one craft business celebrated Etsy's Craft Party day on June 20th. Looks like it was lots of fun!
Planning on launching your own creative business? Then you'll learn a thing or two at this year's Folksy Summer School.
25 Sep

Design Your Career

Published in Craft News
Hear ye, creatives! Thinking of setting up your own business? Then Design Your Career on October 19th is a must-visit for you.
Etsy seller Georgina Giles uses sewing patterns as packaging for her products. Here's why she thinks it's such an important part of branding for a business.

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