I did get to be creative today--I'll blog about it tomorrow. It was a nutty week at work and personally--I've been running a hundred different directions, but I'm home this weekend and SO VERY glad to be here. There's much to do--is it that your house gets messier when you're not around, or is it that preparing to be away creates messes? I don't know. But meanwhile, while I'm laundering and picking up, why don't you make some time to peruse the links of my crafty friends?
About Family Crafts
Follow these directions and discover how easy it is to sew a felt tote bag that is perfect for trick-or-treating!
Craftside-A behind-the-scenes peek at a crafty world
Craftside went a little artsy this week with inside peeks into the books; Hope: A Collection of Obama Posters and Prints, The Daily Book of Art, Really Good Packaging Design Explained and 1001 Ideas for Stonework, but there are also tons of great Sizzix die cut applique designs made by the designers at Halloween Swap-o-Rama-Rama.
Stefanie Girard's Sweater Surgery
Vintage Hankie Scarf made using the tutorial from the Indygo Junction book Hankie Style
The Impatient Crafter
Madge is one degree from Martha! Check out her upcoming appearance at the Grand Opening of Michaels in Manhattan!
Cross Stitch at About.com
Connie has another inspirational pattern, this time with an abstract flair. The chart is easy - whole cross stitch and a wee bit of back stitch.
Check out Cathie's quick video on how to spook up china ball lanterns.
Come meet Aileen's friends Herm & Ethel (they're baccck!). Download a couple of freebie e-postcards and send Halloween greetings to your friends!
Mixed Media Artist
Cyndi is starting a new quilt...this time featuring pears!
This week Vickie launched her new PBS Parents column, Craft Apparent. Check out her first article, a how-to on making utterly adorable baby costumes, starting with just a plain onesie!
The Artful Crafter
Eileen shows you how to create a simple but festive Halloween cupcake stand from terracotta pots.
Crafty Princess Diaries
Tammy has a package ready to go out the door for her new jewelry making book.
And here at Farm Girl Roots, City Girl Style, I visited a few quilt shops in Toronto--check out my treasures.