Craftivism, a term coined by writer and activist Betsy Greer in 2003, is a powerful movement that combines the art of crafting with the intention of creating positive social change. It is a gentle yet impactful way to raise awareness, spark conversations, and inspire action. Craftivism is not just about making pretty things; it is […]
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In today’s digital age, selling handmade products online has become increasingly popular. With the rise of e-commerce platforms, artisans and crafters now have the opportunity to showcase their unique creations to a global audience. In this article, we will explore the similarities and differences between Etsy vs Handmade at Amazon, two prominent platforms that cater […]
Update: Finally Framed with a beautifully made nifty little frame designed to hold an embroidery hoop from Stitch Life Studio on Etsy. This was my last finish for 2011 and I included it in my annual stitching report, but then I realized I didn’t give it’s own blog post and formally declare it finished. So […]
Selling handmade goods online has become increasingly popular in recent years. The ability to reach a global audience and sell directly to customers has made it a lucrative option for many artisans and crafters. However, with so many platforms available, it can be difficult to decide which one is the best fit for your business. […]
In today’s digital age, having a strong online presence is essential for the success of any small business. One of the key components of establishing an online presence is choosing the right ecommerce platform. With so many options available, it can be overwhelming to decide which platform is best suited for your small business needs. […]
Every year there seem to be more and more stitchalongs to join, and it’s hard to choose which ones to participate in. I fully and honestly admit to lurking and just watching on a few SALs. Half the fun is watching the pieces unfold and seeing everyone’s progress and customization to their work. In no particular order, here are the SALs to join in 2020…
Jan shared this photo of her finished butterflies in the Stitching the Night Away Facebook group recently. She stitched them up as gifts for a weekend family gathering and everyone got to pick one to take home with them! How awesome is that? Each one is different and has it’s own little bit of personality.