The Social Justice Sewing Academy is launching a Business Incubator program for young people ages 15-25. Mentors and sponsors can get involved.
We’re celebrating six talented Black women dyers, designers and yarn shop owners working hard to realize their dreams and build a much more beautiful world in the process.
Using Google Ads is a tempting strategy for getting found in search, letting you skip to the head of the line if you play your keywords right. Here we break down how these ads work, who they’re for, and how to create an effective one.
Starting in June, Airbnb announced it would expand its services to include Online Experiences, billed as “unique activities to do at home.” Craft instructors test it out and gain an audience there.
When TNNA closed down in April some shop owners were unsure whether Local Yarn Store Day would continue, but the good news is this beloved event will keep going, drawing customers into local yarn stores.
Use these tips when taking on custom orders so you can be sure to get paid on time and in full.
For craft workshop spaces that host in-person creative events, 2020 has been a tough road. With countless craft events cancelled since March, some craft workshop spaces are finding new ways to reach their customers.
The Bead&Button Show and Magazine will close down permanently says owner Kalmbach Media. Declining attendance at the show, plus ad and sponsorship revenue, and the pandemic led to the decision.
When COVID-19 hit scrapbooking event organizers had to regroup, canceling the events they had planned and figuring out new models to reach their customers virtually.
KnitChats offers real-time support and community to knitters. Expert instructors are on-hand to answer questions and help guide knitters through each step in their projects.