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Popular craft trends in 2024

Did you know? March is National Craft Month! It's the perfect time to unleash your creativity and dive into the world of crafts. Whether you're a pro or a curious newbie, there's something for everyone. Plus, crafting can be a great way to boost your mental well-being!

Here are some of the most popular craft trends in 2024 you might want to try:

1. Tufting is a technique that uses a tufting gun to punch yarn through a fabric backing to create a raised design. It is a relatively easy craft to learn and can be used to create a variety of items, such as rugs, pillows, wall hangings, and even clothing. Workshops in London more info here:

2. Punch needling is similar to tufting, but it is done using a handheld punch needle. It is a more traditional craft form and can be used to create more intricate designs. Kits available from Amazon:

3. Latch hooking is another easy-to-learn craft that is perfect for beginners. It is done using a latch hook to punch yarn through a pre-printed canvas. Latch hooking can be used to create rugs, pillows, wall hangings, and more.

4. Sewing clothes is a timeless craft that is becoming increasingly popular, especially among younger generations. Thanks to the rise of social media, there are now more resources and tutorials available than ever before. Sewing clothes allows you to create unique and personalized pieces that you won't find anywhere else.

5. Making to sell Many crafters are now turning their hobby into a business by selling their handmade creations. This is a great way to share your love of crafting with others and earn some extra money at the same time. There are many different ways to sell your crafts, such as online marketplaces, craft fairs, and even your own website. More info here:

Other popular craft trends in 2024 include:

  • Macrame

  • Card Making

  • Knitting

  • Crochet

  • Resin crafts

  • Candlemaking

  • Upcycling and vintage upcycling

  • Pom pom crafts

  • Macraweave

  • Bold prints

No matter what your interests are, there is a craft out there that is perfect for you. So get creative and have fun!

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