A few of my favorite craft websites… This is certainly NOT a comprehensive list! There are so many websites, this list is just a start, I’ll update more later :)
Over the last few years, crafting has become very popular with more and more people getting into making their own cards, scarves and even quilts. There are a lot of great craft magazines and websites for creative and arty people to choose from which is why I have put together a list of some of my favorite sites
If you used to spend your evenings playing CheekyBingo and watching TV with your friends, but now you’ve decided to all take up a fun craft together, then you are sure to be interested in some of the craft websites listed below.
Craftster – This is one of the web’s most popular, varied and busy craft communities. You can ask the craftster members on any craft topic you can imagine,. You’ll probably also discover a few that haven’t even crossed your mind. There are plenty of tutorials and step-by-step guides to help out beginners.
2 Peas in a Bucket – Arguably the biggest scrap booking/paper crafting websites. Any kind of paper project can b found here in the gallery.
Late Night Croppers – Of course, if you’re going to do something crafty with friends, a crop spot is the place to do it. Late Night Croppers is located in Wilmington, MA and has tons of tools, comfy chairs and tables for everyone!
Missouri Star Quilt Company – This is my favorite quilting site, I’ve made several quilts using their tutorials, they have lots of information! Their Daily Deals can’t be beat!
Etsy – This is the place to come and stock up on all your craft supplies. Not only this, but it’s a place you can buy and sell your own crafts, instead of trying to flog them on ebay.
Knitty – This free, fashionable quarterly online magazine is known for its friendly editorial tone as well as its ability to create massive trends among knitbloggers.
Interweave – This is one of the best mainstream publications about which offers great perks like free pattern downloads – some of which are web-exclusive. There are designs for a whole range of craft styles, from jewellery, quilting and knitting designs to crocheting and needlework patterns.