Crafts kits are not a new concept but the pandemic saw a new huge wave of new home learners looking for inspiration to make at home.
While there are many very commercial craft kits on the market, many learners prefer the authenticity of learning from an independent maker or craftsperson.
The covid restrictions have severely curtailed face to face workshops and many makers have responded with kits to help people engage in creative and rewarding craft experiences at home or with friends, work colleagues to team-build via zoom or young people to learn about craft virtually.
Whether you want to develop a new kit from your practice or want to explore how you could make your face-to-face workshop as successful online as in a physical setting, this online course will help makers to consider the option of kits combined with print guides or online courses to reach audiences in new ways.
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This tutorial succinctly covers all you need to consider to get going. I have been selling craft kits for a number of years through other sites, and can now see how gaps in my thought processes have hampered sales!