Home » Blog » Books » The Craft Book Stacks Monday, April 2, 2012 The Craft Book Stacks 10 This happy stack of craft books is on my desk, just waiting to be cracked open for upcoming projects and reviews! Are any of them on your must-read list? Related
I have the complete guide to needlework, got it at a garage sale for 50 cents! Great projects in there, is Noni flowers all paper? I want your stash, although my Martha Stewart encyclopedia of sewing and craft projects is pretty fun. And not that its a diy crafting book, but have you seen Indie Craft? Very cool projects from talented people.
I have the Bust and Colette books, but haven't had time to make anything from them yet. Really dying to get my hands on the Burda book!
I'd love to see what that I SPY DYI is all about!
Noni Flowers is actually all knitting. Quite lovely, but probably beyond my skill set. :)
Not sure if I've seen Indie Craft. Is it a site/zine/epub?
i have the complete guide to needlework – got it at a used book sale and i love it. i reference it all the time.
I love it! My good friend Janet set it aside for me last time I visited her, and it's been my top stitchery reference book since!
OOhhh. Emmm. Geee
Drool worthy books for me: Burda Style, Bust DIY, I Spy DIY Style, and Mend it Better…. I have been looking for Burda Style at my local fabric stores but they don't have it…so I might have to get it online. However I'm sure that they're all great books to have in the crafty library!!
Sorry to interject ladies – How is the Martha Stewart encyclopedia???? Worth it?? Or is a lot of it on the website?
I borrowed the bust book from the library. It was wonderful
My grandmother gave me a copy of The Complete Guide to Needlework a few years ago. Her sewing and needlework have inspired me for years. It is definitely a classic and, thanks to Reader's Digest, a ubiquitous one!