In this webinar, Lyric Kinard will explain how you can offer online education to add value to your current products and increase your income stream without adding to your workload
When you’re setting up a sewing school, choosing the right sewing machine can be a daunting task. We look at the features you need most so you can get the best value for your money.
Felicia Thomas Creates a Welcoming Craft Space at FSC Workshop where ninety percent of customers are returning customers.
In this podcast episode, Jill Wiseman traces the development of her career as a beading teacher both in-person and on YouTube, as well as the growth of her online bead store.
Through the non-profit Black Girls Sew, fashion designer Hekima Hapa is teaching young people in her neighborhood in New York City sewing and entrepreneurship skills.
In this podcast episode, watercolor artist Anne Butera traces her creative journey learning to become an artist, teaching on Skillshare, blogging, and building a following through her newsletter.
Quilting teacher Mel Beach explains how taking comedy improv classes has helped her to develop public speaking skills, confidence, and the ability to think on her feet, all things she’s used in her creative business.
In this panel discussion, four craft instructors discuss what it’s been like to pivot from in-person to livestream online teaching during the pandemic and share best practices to make this kind of instruction work for you.
During Covid-19 many craft instructors pivoted to teaching online, but online teaching isn’t exactly the same as teaching in person. Edie Eckman explains how you can provide the optimal experience for your online students.
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.