Craft Products

Interest in craft products and the people who make them is exploding in the UK.

Many people across the country want to support local makers, and to own unique, individual items that can’t be found anywhere else. If you have a passion for crafting, starting a craft business in the UK can be a great way to make your hobby pay – whether you’re thinking of it as a side project or as a potential full-time career.

A guide to going self-employed in the UK
The self-employeed guide to Self Assessment tax returns
Freelancers reveal the best (and most annoying) things about going self-employed
What does business insurance cover?
What does running a craft business involve?
Running a craft business can involve a number of different tasks, and your work can vary day to day. Some of your key activities are likely to include:

Negotiating with suppliers and purchasing materials

Developing new products
Making the items (the fun bit!)
Marketing your business and selling your products, for example through craft stalls or online
Keeping business records
Filing documents like tax returns or confirmation statements with Companies House

A guide to going self-employed in the UK
The self-employeed guide to Self Assessment tax returns
Freelancers reveal the best (and most annoying) things about going self-employed
What does business insurance cover?
What does running a craft business involve?
Running a craft business can involve a number of different tasks, and your work can vary day to day. Some of your key activities are likely to include:

Negotiating with suppliers and purchasing materials
Developing new products
Making the items (the fun bit!)
Marketing your business and selling your products, for example through craft stalls or online
Keeping business records
Filing documents like tax returns or confirmation statements with Companies House

 

 

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Example of craft products created by JP Surridge