How to Get a Job in Fiber Arts | The BHooked Podcast Episode 100

Curious how to get a job in fiber arts?

Before I started B.Hooked, I thought working in the fiber arts industry was only a dream. I remember thinking that doing what you love and making a living doing it was a fantasy. Is it even possible for your hobby and career to be the same thing?

Yes! I am proof as well as thousands of others working in the field they love – fiber arts!

Today’s Guest

I’m joined today by Lee from Coco Crochet Lee to talk about how to get a job in fiber arts, what fields are available and how you can make your “break” into it. Lee has had several jobs within the fiber arts industry and she is a wealth of knowledge. If you are ready to turn your hobby into more, listen up!

You’ll Learn

  • About Lee and how she got her start in the fiber arts industry.
  • What potential fields you can go into and the strengths that are helpful to have.
  • Where to find job listings for positions in the fiber arts industry.
  • How to get get into the fiber arts industry through designing.

Now if you haven’t done so already, click on that play button at the top of the page to hear from Lee!

Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode

Find Lee on Instagram @Coco.Crochet.Lee

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