Kim Werker


Kim Werker is the author of six books on crocheting and the founder of CrochetMe.com. Her blog is a great resource for anyone wondering about how to be an active writer, online businessperson, AND crafter.

3 Ways to Stop Fantasizing and Start Making Your Dream Project
by Kim Werker about 2 years ago
Introducing the Maker Concierge!
by Kim Werker about 2 years ago

Laurie Coyle Designs


With a seven-month-old daughter in tow, Laurie blogs on her family life in the Berkshire Mountains. She's a full-time artist who dabbles in painting, mixed media, and sewing.

not martha


While blogger Megan is resoundingly "not Martha" Stewart, her posted crafts and recipes are professional and easy to imitate. Not Martha is a great daily read for someone interested in living craftily.

links: food
by megan about 2 years ago
links: misc
by megan about 2 years ago



The Aussie crafter of craftapalooza shares her flea market finds, newest projects, and sales tips on her blog. The photos are beautiful and detailed. She also runs back-tack, an online craft swap found at back-tack.blogspot.com.

Sweet paul


Males are somewhat of an anomaly in the world on online crafters, but Sweet Paul more than makes up for the rest of his gender. Originally from Norway, his blog includes links to his Etsy shop and magazine. His most recent blog posts to date are "holiday countdowns" with simple and fun crafts, decorations, and recipes.

Blonde Chicken Boutique


Blogger Tara spins, dyes, and knits her own yarn, making her projects homemade crafts from start to finish. Her blog is a friendly read much like others on this list, but with the added bonus of her shared advice on starting your own crafting business.

The Yvestown Blog


Yvonne lives and crafts in Belgium, near the Netherlands border. Her blog features amazing photos of her crafts, home improvement projects, and online finds.

My Paper Crane


Indulge your inner child with My Paper Crane's adorable and unique plush animals and other creations. The photo sidebar on the left of the page will keep you interested and giggling.

November Crafternoon
by Heidi Kenney over 2 years ago
Pocket Party Pouch
by Heidi Kenney over 2 years ago

Casey's Elegant Musings


Casey's Elegant Musings are dedicated to "creativity and vintage style in the every day." If you're looking for inspiration and love the vintage look, visit Casey's blog for featured sellers, online finds, and beautiful photos.



Christy is a beadworker and scrapbooker; her business, The Scarlet Lime, sells kits and grab bags for fellow scrapbookers. Check out her blog for tutorials, workshop news, and tidbits about her life.

Art Society Club and other things!
by ChristyTomlinson about 4 years ago
20% off Sale and over a 100 NEW products!
by ChristyTomlinson about 4 years ago

Bushel and a Peck


These "musings of a creative life" focus on the blogger's work as a clothing and jewelry designer and mixed-media artist. Her work is vintage-inspired and delicately detailed.

Our First Workshop in Our New Studio {registration is now open}
by jeanne about 2 years ago
Part Two: 39 Acres and a Whole Lot of Uncomfortable
by jeanne about 2 years ago

Diary of a Vintage Girl


This British "full-time Forties enthusiast & part-time model" blogs about local vintage-inspired events and parties, her best takes on 40s' fashion, and shoes that make her "shed a tear." She's fun, enthusiastic, and worth a read.

Having a Grape Old Time!
by noreply@blogger.com (Fleur McGerr) about 2 years ago
From Hobby to Career – Becoming a Vintage Seller
by noreply@blogger.com (Fleur McGerr) about 2 years ago

Sea of Shoes


Blogger Jane's most recent post to date is the stunning results of her art contest featuring work from some of her over 34,000 followers. Her shoe photos always include an accompanying outfit, so you aren't left floundering with expensive designer heels and nothing to pair them with.

Sarah's Knitting Blog


Sarah is About.com's knitting expert. Her blog is full of great patterns, knitting news, book reviews, and gift ideas.

Hook and Needles


Hook and Needles is full of great tips and informative videos. We like the range of how to offerings, from videos on casting off to how to add pockets.



At this blog, you’ll find posts all about knitting and some about tatting too. We love the patterns and original designs – the Jae Buckle Tank especially rocks.

Rose-Kim Knits


You’ll find some lovely finished objects, along with links to the patterns, at this blog. One of our favorites is the Cable Braided Necklace.

Cleaning My Queue
by Jessica almost 4 years ago
by Jessica almost 4 years ago

Yarn Boy


If you're looking for knitting from a man's perspective, this blog is perfect. Jesse Loesberg's original designs and sense of humor will keep you coming back for more.

Spinning Alpaca Yarns


Here you'll find easy patterns, portable projects, new product announcements and more. Thanks to this blog, we were able to snag a free digital copy of Knitting Magazine's 100th issue - sweet!

Untangling Knots


This blog has some lovely designs, sure to inspire. We love the Stray beret and are sure you will too.

I Made a Skirt
by Andi about 4 years ago
Not Nice Knitting
by Andi about 4 years ago

Knit Hacker


Knit Hacker is all about mixing it up. The blog encourages knitters to blend and tweak patterns to create something truly unique.

stop, collaborate and listen
by knithack about 4 years ago
Frosted Crochet Cookies by Repeat Crafter Me
by knithack about 4 years ago