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Since its original publication in 2010, Kari Chapin's The Handmade Marketplace has inspired thousands of crafters around the world to find the courage and know-how they need to make money -- and even to make a full-time living -- from doing what they love best. Now, this best-selling guide has been completely revised and updated to include solid information on the latest on-line and social media opportunities for sales and marketing, as well as fresh advice and invaluable tips from successful crafters and artists. With Kari Chapin at your side, you can live a more creative life and enjoy a lucrative career at the same time.

Published: Storey Publishing an imprint of Workman eBooks on May 30, 2014
ISBN: 9781612123363
List price: $15.95
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Very practical advise on all aspects of a personal craft business. The text has a very straightforward, conversational tone, which I like. I also appreciate the listings of inspiration craftspeople and the interviews with them and their advice sprinkled throughout.read more
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Breezy, fun overview of, well, how to sell one's crafts. It covers too much to be particularly in-depth- but it doesn't claim to be. Overall it felt like a series of magazine articles, with pull-quotes and boxes of more info and quirky but engaging illustrations. I don't know that I learned anything new, but I certainly read every word.
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Very practical advise on all aspects of a personal craft business. The text has a very straightforward, conversational tone, which I like. I also appreciate the listings of inspiration craftspeople and the interviews with them and their advice sprinkled throughout.
Is this review helpful? Yes | NoThank you for your feedback.
Breezy, fun overview of, well, how to sell one's crafts. It covers too much to be particularly in-depth- but it doesn't claim to be. Overall it felt like a series of magazine articles, with pull-quotes and boxes of more info and quirky but engaging illustrations. I don't know that I learned anything new, but I certainly read every word.
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