Crafty Blogger Links

It’s been a couple of months since I’ve been active with the crafty bloggers, but I’m back. I was fortunate to meet several of them at the CHA show…it’s so nice to be able to connect and meet in person! To break outside the online realm! This week, we all introduce a new blogger to the group…the super fab Jennifer Perkins of Naughty Secretary Club. She’s super inspiring and clever in her kitschy craftiness and will make an awesome addition to our already stellar group of diverse crafters…

So check out the cool links below and get inspired to do something super crafty this weekend!

The Impatient Crafter
Madge is back from CHA and sharing the 411 before she heads off to Tucson!

About Family Crafts
Whether you are an avid crafter or just want to be a crafter, a well stocked craft cupboard is a must.

Cathie Filian
Cathie Filian has a yummy recipe for browine muffin bites. One batch will have your friends and family beggin for more.

Aileen’s Musings
This week Aileen offers another quicky background technique using a newsletter flier that she received in the mail.

Alexa Westerfield a.k.a. Swelldesigner
Swelldesigner shows you how to make your own really “trashy” Valentine’s!

Craftside-A behind-the-scenes peek at a crafty world
This week at Craftside my heart is melting with a wicked cool free motion and melted Kunin felt valentine, a way to spiff up a plain envelope with a design from Paper Puppet Palooza and some tips for eating right to fight off Seasonal Affective Disorder.

Crafty Princess Diaries
The Crafty Princess is toasty warm with her new crocheted scarf and fingerless gloves, which are super easy to whip up.

Naughty Secretary Club
Just say no to boring baby shower games, gather up your crafty friends and have a onesie making party instead.

Stefanie Girard’s Sweater Surgery
Stefanie shares photos from CHA 2009 of herself with fellow Crafty Bloggers and more stars of the craft world!

The Crochet Dude
Read Drew’s review of the new book by Susan Wasinger called “Eco Craft” – and find out why he’s saving all his milk jugs from now on!

Cross Stitch at
Learn new stitches as you complete one of two Patterns for Pherenice (traditionally know as the first woman to see an Olympics).

Layers Upon Layers
Cyndi is looking at snow-themed art this month. Got any you want to share?

Until next time Swellions!!!


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