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The biggest ever StartUp Saturday is taking place on 23rd November at The British Library - and it could help you and your craft business.
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.
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.
We're running a blog tour this week, with some of our favourite bloggers reviewing the lovely Perri Lewis's first book, Material World. 
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…
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.
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 Miche Follano set up a viable business.
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.
We caught up with Jazz Domino Holly to find out more about her Handmade Hangouts, Babecraft and why the WI is just so very cool.

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