crafty news

by kath_red on 07/03/2006

in News+Letters

yarn magazine Yarn magazine – a new knitting mag out of Adelaide, Australia, has their second issue out – website is yet to be updated – but the cover looks delish.

maker faire – (via hobby princess) April 22-23 California (anyone out there going?) check out the maker faire news at MAKE for info on what will be there.

Stitchcraft on oxygen
(via MAKE) – has anyone seen the show?

Flash your stash – April 1st – sign up info

article on hip crafting by the crafty chica (via MAKE again – thanks make – you are great!)

Sock festival in Tasmania (thanks little snoring for the info) entries close march 10 – prizes for all ages.

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1 Dani March 7, 2006 at 9:41 pm

I have the Stitchcraft episode on Tivo waiting for me, although I did watch the 1st few minutes. I’m not passing any judgement until I see the whole thing, but I’m not 100% sure the show is for me (not to say it isn’t good, just that my 1st reaction is it isn’t my style)

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2 Carol March 7, 2006 at 9:46 pm

Thank you for the link re the maker faire – I had not heard of it before yet it is just up the road from me. A date for my diary. Thanks again.

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3 Tamara March 8, 2006 at 12:18 am

I saw the new Stitchcraft show on Sunday afternoon. It was interesting to see the behind the scene aspect of Vogue and Knit1.

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4 janelle March 8, 2006 at 1:31 am

“They’re inspired by pop culture, Urban Outfitters, the red carpet and the kamikaze designing on Project Runway”

this is taken from the hip crafting article. . .it ironic because urban outfitters is the one that is actually inspired by all the amazing crafters and diy designers! too bad credit is not where it is owed.

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5 amy March 8, 2006 at 2:31 am

waiting to hear back from bazaar bizarre who will have some space for crafters at the maker faire (juried spaces)…looks like a great event!
I think crafters can still apply for a table if anyone is interested.
http://bazaarbizarre.org/sanfrancisco.html

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