The vintage pattern wiki doesn’t offer any free patterns to download, although clickbait headlines promise that it does. Rather, it contains an extensive community-built library of vintage sewing pattern covers and information for collectors and avid sewists.
In this episode of the Craft Industry Alliance podcast we’re talking about a new book which chronicles the history of International Quilt Festival with author Teresa Duryea Wong.
In this webinar Heather Tullos from Mediavine will explain how to know when you’re ready to run ads on your blog, how to optimize your ad program, and more.
The National Needlearts Association will no longer hold its Winter Market and instead will have a pavilion for wholesalers on the show floor at Creativation 2020.
Selling gift cards can help you boost your holiday sales. They’re the ideal last-minute gift and shoppers with a gift card tend to spend more than they would have otherwise. Read these tips to add gift cards to your product mix this year.
Rachel Andrew is creating unique clothing from patchwork quilted fabric. Her girls dresses made a splash at Omaha Fashion Week.
On today’s episode of the Craft Industry Alliance podcast, we’re talking about building a business in the sewing industry with my guest, Pati Palmer. Pati is the driving force behind the Palmer/Pletsch publishing company which has published dozens of sewing books and how-to DVDs and creator of eight Palmer/Pletsch sewing notions products, including PerfectFuse™ Interfacings. […]
Amazon Handmade has waived the $39.99 monthly fee for sellers indefinitely making the platform a solidly affordably place for artisans to sell their work.
On Tuesday, August 13, the Association for Creative Industries (AFCI) held a virtual town hall meeting to update its 1,500 member companies on changes that have taken places since transitioning to being managed by Smith-Bucklin, an association management firm, in April.