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This sounds like a good book.
This looks like a fun book.
Looks like a fun book.
These books look like a lot of fun.
These look like fun books.
I want to learn cake decorating.
I love the cover of this book.
Looks like a good book.
This looks like a great book.
Granny squares can look very different by using different color combos.
Sounds like a fun book.
I like to crochet. It's fast and the results are pretty.
Sounds like a good book.
This looks like a great series.
This looks like fun. I want to add flowers to my art journals.
I love vintage/retro style.
Burda Style has a very fun website.
The bag on the cover is cute. I can't wait to see what's inside the book.
These are good dvd's!
I would really like this set.
I need this. I really want to learn how to sew.
This is a very pretty pattern. I love the retro feel.
This looks like a really good book.
This looks like a great book to have.
This sounds like a good book with a new twist to an old classic.
This seems like a great resource to get started with.
This sounds like a great book.
i really want to try felting.
I saw this book at Borders. It looks great.
I couls really use this book. It looks great.
This book has some great projects in it. I want it.
I would wanted to make these for a while now. I could use them on bags.
I'm sorry you have to downsize. But I wondered how long you guys could keep it up considering the current economy. I know CS will still be great so I'm not worried. I disagree with the poster will mentioned making this a subscription site. I like it as a complement to the print magazine. I love Craft Stylish and Sew Stylish. It's always a special treat to buy the print version.
I've seen this book at the book store. It looks interesting. It would be a great addition to any craft library.
I would be very intersted in seeing what ideas this book has.
The cover looks very pretty. I would really like to learn how to sew.
I would love to add this to my rather small collection of craft books. I admire Ms. Betz's work.
I would love to have this book. The projects on the cover really do look cute.
The projects look great. I love that something so simple and functional can be beautiful and decorative.
Happy New Year! This year I want to learn embroidery. I also want to lose some weight.
I think it's a lot of different factors happening at one time. The economy is part of it. I remember local bead shop owner said she does better business when the economy is bad. That was before all this happened. But crafting was on the rise a few years before the current ecomony melt down. Then everything has cycle. Crafting declined in the late 70's and 80's and came back in the late 90's and 00's. I agree that crafting is a type of therapy and people need that right now. These just a few of the factors I can think of right now.
My local Michaels has cut inventory. Ben Franklin and Hancock Fabrics have cut hours. I haven't been to Joann and the locally owned shops yet. I really can't tell how well they are doing in my area.
I have finally learn to crochet. I finished my first project a couple of weeks ago. Now I'm working on a basic flower. I can't wait to try this one.
Very pretty. I love that website.
You finish your crafty to-do list only to realize that you haven't baked yet. Revise current recipes or select new recipes that have at least one ready made ingredent such as puff pastry or prepackaged crust.
Your Flutter Sleeve Cardigan came out great. This pattern has been on my list since I first saw the preview.
I love being able to do more than one craft. It's so much fun. I'm always learning which is a passion of mine. Everything in your pictures look good. Have you tried journaling. It's related to scapebooking but it can be as wild or as tame as you want it to be.
What a sweet story. The quilt is adorable. It's so funny how Jill had a great idea but didn't realize it.
My area did have events but we couldn't go. Maybe next year.
There's talk of making it a national holiday.
Thanks for posting about this. Definetly something everyone should know about.
You did a great job. I like the color combo and embellishments.
That was fun. Thanks for sharing. It reminds me of the make your own snowflake website(s).
I really like this. I seen the technique before but this has given me new motivation. I must learn to sew!
Thanks for the walk away rule. I'll remember that for my next troublesome project. I don't sew yet. I'm intrested in how you restyled a pair of jeans into a skirt. I can't wait to see the whole skirt the embroidery is gorgeous.
This is very helpful. Acouple of years ago a LYS had a Yoga for Knitter's Class. At that time I didn't knit or crochet so I didn't get to go to the class. I wish I did.
Thanks for this list. I really want to try book binding.
It would be good to include a list of Angel Company Listings. I want to stamp in my journals. Thanks for the 101.
Crochet By Faye website is full of inspiration. The designs I've seen from Blueprint Crochet look great. My only concern is will the size range of the pattrns work for me.
This is very pretty. Most restyling/reconstruction projects I've seen are geared toward the very slim or very young. This project works for anyone. It would be good to see more of this. It's refreshing to see more restyling projects that work for all body types and ages.
Quilting seems dauting to me. You make it sound like this fun adventure. I can't wait to get started.
I just taught myself the chain stitch. I'm looking forward to the your crochet posts and the learning process.
I don't know how to sew but it's on my list of things to learn. I've found that learning is a life long process. That skirt is so cute. Maybe one day I could make something similar.
I would like to see more on how to begin paper crafts. There are so many tools and materials that it seems overwhealming. I'm most intrested in journal making/ book binding.
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