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To run a successful craft business, to do justice to your skills and build a profitable business you have to find more than one way to capitalise on your skills and there is so much more you can do. This might be:
All of these you can offer on and online as paper copies, e books, items to order and things to do. It is easy to sell from a standard web site with a Paypal account, adding 'buy now' buttons.
Handmade quality goods are always popular and now more than ever people are looking not only to buy but also to learn new crafts and skills in the form of courses or kits and supplies. Google reports a 430% increase in searches for 'knitting for beginners' in the last five years in the UK.
There is plenty of scope for beginner's workshops and intermediate workshops or 'make along with' workshops. Sell kits to your attendees and offer them other workshops and products to buy. You will need to consider:
Workshops – can you hold
Sell designs – can you sell in the form of