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What does it take for you to start your own small business? Where can you gather inspiration and information to get you started on the right foot? Can you make a living from selling handmade items? After 10 (official) years of handcrafting my business, Willow and Bee, I have gathered every tip you'll need to get started on your hand made business. Armed with the knowledge of running a small business, and a mountain of side hustles later, I'm here to share everything that it takes to get You ...
 
With over 20 years of experience running creative businesses, your host, Nicole Stevenson knows the joy and the struggles of being your own boss. Join her and her guests for business insights, life lessons and the stories behind their successes and lessons of their missteps so you can work smart, get creative inspiration, live joyfully and feel connected. Nicole is the CEO and Creative Director of Dear Handmade Life which produces Patchwork Show: Makers Festival and Craftcation Conference as ...
 
Your Handmade Business is a podcast for makers about the big picture of your business brought to you by the Academy of Handmade—helping you to do what you love and love what you do. Each episode we tackle an important (and sometimes uncomfortable) topic about running a handmade business and feature perspectives and experiences from Academy of Handmade members, as well as the greater maker community.
 
Ich bin FibrePiratess und Handmade Fantasy ist mein Strick- und Spinnpodcast, behandelt aber auch andere Themen rund um Handgemachtes und was mich sonst noch so interessiert. Feste Teile sind Stricken, Spinnen, Yarnbombing und Gärtnern. Ansonsten erzähle ich schonmal zu Gender-Themen, Weltverbesserungszeug, Ernährung usw. Bisher dauern meine Episoden ca. 30 Minuten und sollen alle 14 Tage erscheinen.
 
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Welcome Back to the Curious Handmade Podcast! Our first episode of the year is a big chatty catch-up after our holiday break. How did I do on my own Knit 20 for 2020 project? What WIPs did I finish and what new things did I try? I’ve also got KAL winners to announce and we’re kicking off a new Knit 20 for 2021 project, too! So grab your knitting an…
 
In this episode, Anna Ploszajski talks to award-winning Canadian artist, architect and designer Omer Arbel about two materials used in his work, copper and glass. Check out more of Omer's work on his website. Support the podcast with a one-time donation here. Thanks for helping keep us going :) Thanks to Dave Shephard for our cover art, and Alex La…
 
In today's episode, I'm going to focus on a topic that never gets old...goal setting! If you set goals but tend to lose interest in them or get distracted, I'm going to break down a few simple ways to stay on track. Today's episode will break down my approach on how to effectively create a vision boards! Click on the show notes link to find your fr…
 
In this episode, I chat about the new year, some new sewing and quilting products I'm enjoying, book reviews, and some health goals for 2021. For complete show notes, visit the Simple Handmade Everyday blog.저자 Kristin Esser
 
Andrew Kelley and Allen Webster join us to discuss the funding model of Zig language and making Handmade-style projects self-sufficient in funding.https://ziglang.org/zsf/https://4coder.nethttps://patreon.comhttps://itch.iohttps://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1ucHARxVbhrBbuZDbhrGHYDTsYAs8_bMHhttps://sourcehut.org/…
 
On this episode of the Life Handmade Podcast, we are sharing our tips and tricks for cleaning your craft supplies! Hear our hacks to keep your products in clean and beautiful condition! More Info on the Life Handmade Podcast Subscribe Scrapbook.com: Store and Community for Crafters “Read This Before You Clean Your Craft Supplies!” Article Stamp Sha…
 
Marketing & Community with marketing expert Pete Davis of Ampjar. Pete shares his biggest marketing tip for makers and how Ampjar helps brands grow authentically by focusing on community and karmic marketing, plus we explore our mutual love for marketing and chat about what to say in your marketing emails as well as how often to send them, how to d…
 
In this episode, Anna Ploszajski talks to archaeological conservator Angela Middleton about leather. Follow Rebecca on Twitter, Instagram or check out the beautiful handmade watches on her website. Support the podcast with a one-time donation here. Thanks for helping keep us going :) Thanks to Dave Shephard for our cover art, and Alex Lathbridge fo…
 
Today's guest creates unique hand-made cards centered around grief, heartache, or depression. Her strong faith has guided her mission and brings a community together when they feel the most vulnerable and alone. Kari's work and community are shedding hope to those in pain. In today's episode, we dive into everything from being an introvert to Faceb…
 
Today I'm featuring the most downloaded expert episode. If you missed episode 27 the first time around, you're in for a treat! Nancy shares her tips on taking her digital download business into a soaring 100K+ per year. She's not shy about giving you the details and tips so you too can create a digital download business. Visit the show notes to lea…
 
A festive message from the podcast's host, Anna Ploszajski. Support the podcast with a one-time donation here. Thanks for helping keep us going :) Thanks to Dave Shephard for our cover art, and Alex Lathbridge for the music mix. Follow the podcast on Instagram and Twitter, follow Anna Ploszajski on Instagram and Twitter. Support this show http://su…
 
On today’s special episode of Life Handmade, we speak with Chari Pack, the founder of Persnickety Prints. Listen as she explains the reason why scrapbooks and photo albums are better than printed photo books and why it’s so important to print your pictures and memories. You’ll also hear some brilliant insights about why even the tough times should …
 
Although I officially wrapped up season 1 last week, I wanted to share the most downloaded episode of season 1 in the creative small business category. Episode 5 was one of my first interviews with the very talented Priya. After finding herself with more time on her hands as an empty nester, Priya and her husband dove headfirst to create their succ…
 
In this episode, I chat about preparing for the holidays, changes in gift wrapping, fun holiday books and shows, and a great giveaway from the Fat Quarter Shop! For complete show notes, visit the Simple Handmade Everyday blog.저자 Kristin Esser
 
In this episode, Anna Ploszajski talks to archaeological conservator Angela Middleton about leather. Follow Angela on Twitter to see her latest conservation adventures. Support the podcast with a one-time donation here. Thanks for helping keep us going :) Thanks to Dave Shephard for our cover art, and Alex Lathbridge for the music mix. Follow the p…
 
Today will officially mark the end of Season 1 of the Handmade CEO podcast. I have had an amazing time interviewing talented artists and experts for the past 11 months. The next two weeks will feature the two most downloaded episodes of the season. I'll be back on January 6th with more inspiration and all-new episodes! Visit the show notes for toda…
 
One more episode before I disappear into the holidays for a few festive weeks and Australia's summer school break! Today I'm chatting about the projects I have on the go and the ones I'd really like to finish by the end of the year, as well as my recent deep dive into the merry world of Vlogmas and YouTube videos!…
 
In this episode, Anna Ploszajski talks to comedian, podcaster and history boff Iszi Lawrence about craft in the suffragette movement. Follow Iszi on Twitter, Instagram, and check out all her other projects on her website. Support the podcast with a one-time donation here. Thanks for helping keep us going :) Thanks to Dave Shephard for our cover art…
 
On this episode of the Life Handmade Podcast, we hear from our Scrapbook.com family as they share their most meaningful handmade holiday traditions! Listen in as they share the different ways they create with their hands and how it has formed special memories they cherish! More Info on the Life Handmade Podcast Subscribe Leave the Life Handmade Pod…
 
There are so many things that shape our self-doubt, one of them being past trauma. If having a mindset that keeps you from achieving your best self is the biggest obstacle you face, you'll want to hear this amazing story. Today's guest shares how she overcame her past trauma and mindset to create the life she always wanted. Show Notes: www.handmade…
 
As the end of such a strange year rushes towards us, I'm slowing down a little bit to think about what's left to do and what's still to come. There are knitting, quilting and creative projects to finish, new collections design, and fresh journals, planners, and calendars to consider. So come join me for a chat and let's dream about finishing this y…
 
In this episode, Anna Ploszajski talks to objects conservator Jenny Mathiasson about the materials and making practices used in taxidermy. Follow Jenny on Twitter, and check out The C Word, the Conservators' Podcast wherever you found this. Support the podcast with a one-time donation here. Thanks for helping keep us going :) Thanks to Dave Shephar…
 
A Handmade Seattle 2020 special! In this episode, Abner (host of Handmade Seattle, Handmade Network founder) discusses compilers and programming languages with Andrew Kelley, Ginger Bill, and Josh Huelsman. Intro and outro have been added after-the-fact and are not part of the official recording. Rebroadcasted in coordination with HMS2020 to host t…
 
Today's episode is full of great tips with a much-appreciated dose of honesty. Paulina shares her success story in selling her business for seven figures, just three years after she had created it. We talk about everything from being productive to ways to keep the so-called work-life balance in check! She also includes a valuable pricing tip at the…
 
In this episode, I chat about current quilting projects, hand sewing, an online improv quilting class review, and new show and book recommendations. For complete show notes, visit the Simple Handmade Everyday blog.저자 Kristin Esser
 
In this episode, Anna Ploszajski talks to software engineer, maker and roboticist Robert Nixdorf about rope. Robert holds a life-long passion for ropes, knots and splicing since sailing in his youth. Follow Robert on Twitter, and read more about his current projects on his website. Support the podcast with a one-time donation here. Thanks for helpi…
 
On this episode of the Life Handmade Podcast, we are discussing items featured in our 2020 Holiday Gift Guide! If you aren’t sure what to get the crafty person in your life, or if you don’t know what craft supplies to ask for, we have those answers! More Info on the Life Handmade Podcast Subscribe Leave the Life Handmade Podcast a review! Scrapbook…
 
In this episode, I wanted to focus on fear. Yup...fear! c You might be thinking of finally starting that business, or maybe you're still trying to convince yourself to create a website, a podcast, or start showing your face more on social media. Whatever decision is currently on your plate, I'm sure that today's episode will shed clarity on how you…
 
Today's podcast episode is a cosy chat about the very last Knitvent pattern of 2020, the Hearten Mitts. And as this crazy year winds down, I'm pondering the beginnings of plans for 2021. We also have a little holiday surprise: I'm releasing the Knitvent 2020 collection as single patterns a bit early this year, and having a flash sale on ALL my sing…
 
This is a repeat of an episode first aired in 2018, where Anna Ploszajski talks to artist Shelley James about glass - what it is, what it means, and how we use it. Shelley works with scientists and other experts to understand the underlying principles of their fields and the wider historical and philosophical context of their work. See and read mor…
 
Today I'm talking about our latest Knitvent 2020 pattern, the Cheering Socks, and the lovely yarn I chose for the sample. I've been doing some of early Christmas shopping too, including some gifts for myself. A little bit of indulgence seems called for these days, and I've been finding comfort and joy in little treats from some special handmade sup…
 
I'm so excited to share today's interview. I first saw Angela's post on Facebook in a business group. Her message was positive, encouraging, and her joy was infectious. If you've ever felt like you're not exactly where you want to be in life, take note of the tips that Angela shares in this episode. Tune in until the end to hear where you can find …
 
After an intense week, I'm back to talk about the second pattern of Knitvent 2020: the Tidings Shawl, including some tips and ideas for yarn substitutions, if you'd like to knit this pattern in a different wool weight. I have a lot of giveaway winners to announce, as well as some personal thoughts about some of the big happenings in the world right…
 
In this episode, Anna Ploszajski talks to historian Tom Rusbridge about leather. Read more of Tom's work in these blogs: Civilisations & Leather: a tanned history of the world. Leather, Beer and Hammers at Lunchtime The Story of Stirrups Guest Post: Tale as Old as Time Timing is Everything Support the podcast with a one-time donation here. Thanks f…
 
Today’s episode features the youngest guest that I have ever had on the show. At just 13, Nathan created a woodworking business that he started perfecting when he was just 9 years old. Tune in until the end to hear a few important lessons learned from the ever so talented, Nathan. Show Notes: www.handmadeceo.com…
 
On this episode of the Life Handmade podcast, we are sharing our ideas on documenting December. Listen in as we share how documenting the smallest moments can help us reflect on holidays past and create incredible keepsakes for our future generations. More Info on the Life Handmade Podcast Subscribe Leave the Life Handmade Podcast a review! Decembe…
 
The very first pattern of Knitvent 2020 has been revealed and I’m excited to tell you all about it! On today’s podcast we have an introduction to the Hearten Cowl, an explanation of what’s been going on with the podcast feed (it should be fixed!) and a lot of cosy chat about my own ongoing projects and some free patterns and workshops I’ve created …
 
In this episode, Anna Ploszajski talks to wild animal biologist Lucy Eckersley about bone. Check out Lucy's stuff on her website, Twitter and Instagram. Support the podcast with a one-time donation here. Thanks for helping keep us going :) Thanks to Dave Shephard for our cover art, and Alex Lathbridge for the music mix. Follow the podcast on Instag…
 
Today's guest is here to simplify that mysterious thing we call SEO. In simple terms, it means search engine optimization, but what was never clear to me in the past became crystal clear in this interview. If you're thinking of hiring someone to optimize your site, or maybe you'll go at it alone, be sure to listen to John's tips to be certain that …
 
In this episode, I chat about a nearly finished quilt top, a fun color-theory workbook, an exciting quilting book, and tackling those nagging projects. For complete show notes, visit the Simple Handmade Everyday blog.저자 Kristin Esser
 
This is a repeat of an episode first aired in late 2017, where Anna Ploszajski talks to artist blacksmith Agnes Jones about steel. Check out Agnes' work on her website, Twitter and Instagram. Support the podcast with a one-time donation here. Thanks for helping keep us going :) Thanks to Dave Shephard for our cover art, and Alex Lathbridge for the …
 
Andrew Reece, creator of Handmade Network project WhiteBox (https://whitebox.handmade.network), a real-time debugging tool, joins us to discuss WhiteBox, low-level programming, improving the cycle of human-computer interaction both in the physical and software spaces, instant feedback, providing insight into the multiple dimensions that define a pr…
 
Today on the Life Handmade: At Home Edition, we speak with Alicia Harrison. Alicia is a creative leader who loves to try new things while encouraging others to do the same. Listen in as Alicia shares the importance of letting your creativity shine despite the fear and her belief that crafting is a space where all are welcome. More Info on the Life …
 
Do you know what steps you NEED to take to start your small business? When I first started my business, it felt more like a happy accident. I enjoyed selling my jewelry in person but knew I would soon be transitioning to an online business. I had a lot of learning to do along the way, and today I'll share some steps that you can take to be sure tha…
 
Show Sponsors Alongside an eclectic yarn range, which includes Hazel Knits, Icelandic Lopi & CoopKnits, we stock a carefully chosen selection of needles and notions. We’ve also recently launched ‘hand dyed by meadowyarn’, our very own in-house, hand-dyed yarn range. Working in our tiny dye studio, nestled in the Suffolk countryside, we are able to …
 
In this episode, Anna Ploszajski talks to objects conservator and podcaster Kloe Rumsey about adhesives. Listen to Kloe's podcast The C Word, and say hi to them on Twitter. Support the podcast with a one-time donation here. Thanks for helping keep us going :) Thanks to Dave Shephard for our cover art, and Alex Lathbridge for the music mix. Follow t…
 
Thank you for tuning in to episode 38! As we start to inch our way closer and closer to the holidays, you'll be glad that I shared today's guest with you. Sidney is a talented woodworker, and in this episode, he shares his transition into small business. I love Sidney's practical tips for small business owners and, most importantly, the passion tha…
 
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