Crafting is trendy. It is a popular pastime and people are getting involved in a wide range of craft interests. In the past few years, more and more people are turning their crafting hobby into a way to make extra money, either to supplement an income or as a full or part time career path. Enjoying your craftmaking and then selling your work is very popular, and there are numerous outlets that are available to help you do just that.
After attending many craft fayres over the years, both as a trader and customer I started to gain insight into what made a successful event for me. I took this one step further and conducted research amongst craft fayre organisers and stall holders. The dominating feature of my research is simply this -not all craft fayres are organised equally!
There are different types of events including (this list is not exhaustive)
There are several factors to carefully consider before deciding if an event is right for you. My top 3 tips are as follows:
There are many more areas for consideration to ensure you are choosing the right craft fayres for you and your products. We have detailed them in our latest book. Click here for more details and to receive your signed copy in the next few days.
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