Kollage Square Needles has been acquired by Career Services, a Canadian social services agency that provides job training for disabled adults.
In this webinar, April Corbett of Upstate Mississippi will guide attendees through a process of recovery planning by creating an editorial calendar for the new year.
In this podcast episode, crochet designer Twinkie Chan talks about her career in craft including her licensing deal that led to YummyYou, her book deals, teaching with CreativeBug, and more.
The Be Seen Project is a new space, existing both online and off, for BIPOC makers creating work on themes of social justice.
In this podcast episode, Kathy Cano-Murillo of The Craft Chica traces her impressive career path in the crafts industry from making handmade goods to licensing designs, to working with major national brands, Kathy has truly done it all and has so much wisdom to share.
In this podcast episode, artist and creativity coach Clara Nartey talks about her life growing up in Ghana, then moving to the US, discovering quilts, and becoming a textile artist.
Madeleine Elizabeth is perhaps the youngest needlepoint designer working right now. A junior in high school, this talented artist has a bright future.
In this Legal Q&A Session, intellectual property and business lawyer Patrice Perkins will be answering our legal questions. From contracts to copyright to registering your business, get solid legal information you can easily understand so that you can move your business forward.
Instagram Reels is a new feature on the platform and a competitor to TikTok. Learn how to create these 15-second video clips set to music to make engaging videos for your audience in this step-by-step tutorial.
In this podcast episode, Courtney Cerruti, the editor-in-chief of Creativebug, talks about her career at the company as well as her life as an artist, author, and maker.