Crafty Bloggers Unite 10/25/08

Blogged under My Crafty News by Tammy on Saturday 25 October 2008 at 7:35 am


This may be the lat time you see the big pinkish-red ball of yarn. Not because I won’t continue to post these wonderful craft blog links but because I think it’s time for a logo update. Our group is still going strong as you can see by this week’s selection of links.

Cathie Filian
Check out the Halloween Videos from the Emmy Nominated television show, Witch Crafts, where Cathie and Steve, make some awesome Halloween Projects & party ideas.

Craftside-A behind-the-scenes peek at a crafty world
This week Craftside brings you a modern denim and plaid upcycled quilt block, 2 yummy recipes using sherry, Art Nouveau jewelry, off register screen printing designs and a call for entries for a new book- 1000 Ideas for Creative Reuse.

About Family Crafts
If you are in search of creative costume ideas for 2, 3, 4, or more, you have come to the right place.

Aileen’s Musings
Looking for a new paper technique, Aileen has a colorful one using glossy photo paper and Color Mists. This technique works great as backgrounds for cards, collages and even scrapbook pages.

Swelldesigner
Alexa crafts up some swell cupcake pics/picks to remember Halloweens of yesteryear.

The Crochet Dude
Drew has the perfect recipes for a Halloween party: Bloody Eyeballs and Maggots!

The Impatient Crafterâ„¢
Madge shares part one of her two part final project for Terrorific Tuesdays. It’s a Gothically delicious tale of friendship.


Crafty Princess Diaries

No more babies in your life to crochet or knit snuggly blankets for? No worries, the Crafty Princess has the low-down on a baby blanket contest as well as a non-profit group that makes blankets for babies in need.

Cross Stitch at About.com
This week, Connie has been spending a lot of time in the kitchen – no, not cooking. Dyeing fabric instead. Find out more about all the ways you can change the color of your fabrics.

Layers Upon Layers
Cyndi has gathered together her most popular tutorials on creating great background papers for your artwork.

Stefanie Girard’s Sweater Surgery
Check out a ring project inspired by Sherri Haab’s book Felt, Fabric, and Fiber Jewelry done Sweater Surgery style.

1 Comment »

  1. Comment by BackwoodsCreations — October 25, 2008 @ 4:43 pm

    Thanks for all the eye candy and tasty crafter treats!

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