Across the nation, people get together to craft in schools, galleries, libraries and cafes. Crafting in the comfort of your home is rewarding but crafting in the community is even better! Craft clubs enable people to share skills and come together, reducing loneliness and isolation.
For over a decade, Crafts Council has championed the work of craft clubs across the country. Find out about the benefits of crafting together by exploring the free resources and case studies available for download on this page. If our downloads inspire you to start your own craft club, refer to our how-to guide to help you get going.
If you’re looking for a craft club to join or want to share the making you’ve been doing with your local community, join our Everyday Making forum on Facebook. You could also get in touch with your local library to see if they host a craft group.