Craft Bloggers Unite 07/26/09

Blogged under Around the Web by Tammy on Sunday 26 July 2009 at 9:31 am

Pictured above is a tiny little bag I made recently using a pattern called Dot’s Little Ditty Bag. I liked how it turned out, though it is really small! So, I’m now making one similar to it but bigger. I’ll keep you posted on how that turns out. As you can see, I’m not the only busy crafter on the web. Check out this week’s craft bloggers’ links.

Mixed Media Artist
If you get inspired by seeing fabulous work by other artists, check out some of the fabulous profiles that Cyndi has posted!

Naughty Secretary Club
Jen takes some of her favorite free embroidery patterns on the net and transforms them into plush dolls.

Stefanie Girard’s Sweater Surgery
Check out a A Floral-tasticly good project from the new book- Kanzashi in Bloom

The Artful Crafter
Do you know what a bead board is? No, not the kind you nail to the wall. LOL.

The Impatient Crafter
Madge shares a couple of sneak peeks of some mixed media jewelry she’s created to wear to the CHA Show!

Vickie Howell-Craft.Rock.Love
25 Signs that you love to create!

About Family Crafts
Is it too early to start thinking about Halloween crafting? How early do you start your Halloween planning? Cross Stitch
Can You Stitch and Ride? Connie barely can and she wants to hear what your situation is – be sure to read the comments and add your own.

Aileen’s Musings
Aileen has an exciting announcement! She’s just finished creating a book for Project Ties That Bind benefiting Ovarian Cancer Research Fund (OCRF). 100% of all proceeds from the book are going to OCRF. Stop by and take a sneak peek at this beautiful 68 page book filled with beautiful vivid pictures and inspirational quotes and stories.

Cathie Filian
Whip up a custom belt buckle with a little paper, creativity and Dimensional Magic.

Craftside-A behind-the-scenes peek at a crafty world
This week at Craftside there are tutorials on how to do recycled paper napkin casting, make a movable fighting girl element, an interview with Norma V. Toraya author of Paper Puppet Palooza, a video on how to die cut and needle felt a bookmark from a recycled wool sweater and how to create a window for pressed botanicals in your gathering journal.

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  1. Pingback by The Crafty Princess Diaries » Birthday Goodies for the Crafter — August 3, 2009 @ 10:08 am

    […] making a little ditty bag, I decided that I wanted to use the same pattern but make it larger. Thus, here is the bigger […]

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