Sushi & Crafting Links

Blogged under Around the Web by Tammy on Saturday 17 April 2010 at 3:29 pm

I have been craving sushi like crazy lately, and I so miss vendor from a grocery store I used to shop at. I now shop at a different store due to the convenience and lack of time, and that store actually has a sushi vendor too, but there is just something about this other guy’s sushi. It’s fresh and so beautiful! It reminded me of a craft project you can eat! I was in the area the other day and made a special trip in just to get a taste of the good stuff. I hope you treat yourself to something yummy this weekend as you cruise through some of these excellent craft links.

About Family Crafts
Not knowing much about iris folding, Sherri rolled up her sleeves, gave it a try, and shares her step-by-step adventure and free templates with you.

About.com Cross Stitch
Connie’s sharing a free pattern that was inspired by a piece of artwork she saw in an episode of Monk. You never know what the source of inspiration will be.

Aileen’s Musings
Are you in need of a royal crown? Aileen has an oldie but goodie tutorial she’s sharing with you.

Cathie Filian
Cathie is doing back flips over the release of her new book, 101 Snappy Fashions!

Craftside-A behind-the-scenes peek at a crafty world
This week at Craftside there are tutorials on how to crochet a “no-chain” foundation row, 17 ways to crop a photo, draw flames with Drew Brophy, change the color in a free cherry blossom print download and a call for entries for 1000 Steampunk Inspirations.

Farm Girl Roots, City Girl Style
The organization continues, but the craft room is very close to finished.

Margot Potter The Impatient Crafter
Mother’s Day is coming soon and Madge has you covered. Check out her mom friendly card project, recipe and jewelry design!

Mixed Media Artist
There’s a lot to be learned about texture when you work with a monochromatic palette!

Stefanie Girard’s Sweater Surgery
See how to make recycled thigh high socks inspired by the book Color Knitting The Easy Way.

The Artful Crafter
Do companies offer free craft products to the general public for testing?

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