Make those starry starry winter nights shine a little brighter with this cosmic hoop art from designer-maker Jessica Marquez. From our fabulous sister magazine, Mollie Makes, this is a perfect gift for any star-gazer that will light up a blank space any time of the year. We love it to the moon and back... These instructions are for Craftseller 56 overseas editions only.
Prettify a craft essential with this cosy crochet scissor cover. A quick-to-make project that will revamp your craft stash collection for a snip of a price. Meredith Crawford from One Sheepish Girl shows you how...
When you add up the hours spent working on an item plus the materials needed to make it and the cost of honing your craft, a product can have a pretty high price for it to make any real profit. But if you’re worried about potential customers being put off by your items high value, don’t be. People still appreciate the worth of handmade and are willing to pay that little more for something truly special. Here are some steps you can take to convince browsing buyers that your pricier products are worth that little extra…
From pale peach roses and dusty pink peonies to golden orange sunflowers, summertime blooms provide an ever-growing palette of colour inspiration. And with autumn just around the corner, now's the time to make the most of this colour burst and go big with the blossoms! We've rounded up some floral-inspired crafts to make the most of this season's buds. Go on, take your pick...
Need to cheer up a drab winter coat? These fox and owl brooches make the perfect autumn accessory. Just pop one (or both) of these cuties on for a little touch of woodland whimsy. Discover how to make them with our quick and easy instructions and free template.
Lampshade-making is lighting up the craft scene and with interior design upping its game, now's the time to get switched on to this up-and-coming craft. We chatted to the runner-up of Needcraft's lampshade design competition, Joanna Heptinstall to find out how she started her lampshade business and why her craft future looks brighter than ever... By Kati Harris