Once an individual gets really involved in a craft, it can almost become addictive. Many like to involve others in their craft, or at the very least, socialize with those that are like-minded. This often leads to craft clubs being formed.
This has become so popular that there are even craft clubs in the UK that have become registered. This gives avid crafters an option to join one of these clubs if they wish to.
Another option is to start a small craft club that is comprised of friends, family, or even others in the neighborhood. It is not hard to do. It is just a matter of finding people that are interested in the same craft as you.
Once you have enough people gathered that are interested, then some planning needs to take place. It has to be determined where everyone will meet to participate in the craft together. Further planning can be done as to what should be done with the finished craft products.
Some craft clubs like to donate their finished items to charities or organizations. Then there are some that like to take all of their finished items to craft fairs.