Blogs

Dec 12
Copyright free tutorial – patchwork coasters
Each month in Craftseller magazine we ask our blogger of the month to offer an exclusive, copyright-free project to our website visitors! This month it's the turn of Kate Marsden from Madebymrsm.com. Her super simple steps and wonderful use of fabric will have you stitching these coasters up all year round.
Dec 10
Craftseller 45's templates
For all your issue 45 templates just hit the download button below...
Nov 27
6 ways to boost your handmade business's profit at Christmas
Simon Horton of ShopIntegrator shares his seasonal tips to increase sales and survive the busy Christmas shopping period. 
Nov 17
Make our decoupage woodland friends
Discover a whole new craft with the Craftseller decoupage kit free with issue 44 of Craftseller. This fun craft is super easy to do, simply stick the paper to your shape, but here are a few guidelines to help you on your way...
Nov 13
crochet custard cream
This month's super-fabulous blogger of the month project is Twinkie Chan's from www.twinkiechan.com delicious custard cream biscuit crochet. They're so apprealling, we think you might be tempted to take a nibble! 
Nov 13
Craftseller magazine issue 44 downloads / templates
For all your issue 44 templates just hit the download button below...
Nov 11
Handmade Christmas tree earrings
If you’re looking for speedy project ideas, putting together a batch of jewellery can be a quick and easy option for your crafting stall, or as gifts for friends and family. We love the gorgeous range of seasonal and non-seasonal beading materials from Spellboundbead.co.uk, especially their Christmas tree charms!
Nov 05
Scatter your home with a bright burst of autumn with our felt leaf pillow. There's nothing quite like the crisp, colourful season of autumn and with the fireworks crackling and the leaves falling, we're at the height of this season of mists and mellow fruitfulness! So, make your own ode to Autumn and cosy up with our felt leaf pillow. By Tea Rose Home. 
Oct 21
Contemplating if anyone can afford to buy handmade goods throws up an equally tricky catch in the homespun business: can anyone afford to make handmade? When crafter, Abby Harris, made her long-planned patchwork quilt, she realised that the time, money and effort embedded in her patchwork project was worth a lot more than most would be willing to pay... By Abby Harris
Oct 21
Free tutorial - copyright free embroidery name hoop
Personalised projects, like this one from blogger of the month Miss Jojangles, are still hot buys and everyone loves to see their name crafted up. Run up a few of these with different names and then offer a bespoke service where you post out the finished piece once completed. They make great door name plates and decorations. 
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