There are so many places I like to go to read and look! Here are just a few.
Crafting Communities and Blogs
- Craft Magazine
RIP print version, the project-based Craft community lives on and on online.
Tons of DIY projects, and “no tea cozies without irony.”
- Crafty Chica
Crafts, drama, and glitter from artist-author Kathy Cano-Murillo.
- Cut Out + Keep
An online community to make and share step-by-step craft tutorials—complete with the occasional Crafty Superstar!
The online marketplace to buy and sell all things handmade.
The art and craft (and more!) of K*m Cherubin.
The DIY exploits of craftstress Linda Permann of Montana.
- Naughty Secretary Club
Handmade jewelry, home décor, and more from Austin gal Jennifer Perkins.
- stitch lounge
Two Melissas and a Hope keep us stitched up in the Bay Area.
- Sublime Stitching
Jenny Hart’s stitching patterns and kits “ain’t your gramma’s embroidery!”
- This Is Love Forever
Writer, stylist, designer Kayte Terry shares projects and inspirations.
- West Coast Crafty
Blogging home to Susan Beal, craft lady and author extraordinaire.
Grace Bonney serves up amazing home and product design from around the globe.
Hosted by Amy Shaw and dedicated to craftsmanship, sustainability, and conscientious living.
- make workshop
Craft school and design studio in the LES, Manhattan.
- Reprodepot Fabrics
A fabulous selection of retro fabrics, buttons, ribbons, and other notions.
Awesomely industrial, automotive-inspired jewelry designer Rich Sandomeno.
- 52 Projects
Random acts of everyday creativity from Jeffrey Yamaguchi.
- Bust Magazine
The website for the magazine (published by Stitch’n Bitch Debbie Stoller) for women with something to get off their chests.
- Brooke Mayo Photography
Award-winning wedding and portrait photography by Brooke Mayo.
- Enid Crow
Self-portrait and fashion photography with haunting and humor.
- Mary Heath Swanson
Stunning pet portrait and still life photography by Mary Heath Swanson.
- Naomi White
Amazing life photographer and videographer in Brooklyn.
Photo tips, DIY projects, and all the “best photo shiz anywhere.”