Story Pins give users a new, in-depth way to display content on the social platform rather than just a snapshot by uploading an entire DIY as a single pin.
Once per quarter Stacey Trock rounds up news from the yarn industry and in the spring of 2020 most of the news revolves around COVID-19 cancellations as well as the ingenuity and innovation the crisis has inspired in yarn-based businesses.
Curious about ADA requirements for business websites? An increasing number of plaintiffs are filing claims for damages against businesses, alleging that their websites aren’t accessible to all. Take your first steps at making your digital presence compliant with the ADA.
Emergency loans and grant opportunities have emerged to help small business cover losses specifically related the COVID-19 crisis.
As medical professionals face a shortage of personal protective equipment in hospitals and care facilities, could homemade fabric masks help?
When Vogue Knitting LIVE in Seattle was canceled due to Coronavirus, sisters Alison Yates and Andrea Cull, founders of Knitrino, held what they dubbed the Virtual Knitting Extravaganza, which included livestreamed courses, lectures, and gatherings, along with a virtual marketplace that linked vendors’ online shops.
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Craftivate is a craft studio space in Wallingford, Connecticut where kids and adults alike can come in and have a fun craft experience with friends.
Catch the highlights from the 2020 edition of the Road to California Quilters’ Conference & Showcase which ran last week and celebrated its 25th anniversary.
The Australian bushfires are severely impacting creative small businesses during the busiest tourist season of the year. We talk to a yarn store, cupcake shop, wedding photographer, and illustrator to find out how they’re getting by.