CraftSanity Magazine Issue 8 Preorder Preview Sale
The CraftSanity Magazine Issue 8 Preorder Sale is on! Preorder your copy by Wednesday (11/14/12) and save a dollar off the cover price!
Here’s a preview of the fun projects, stories and recipes featured in this issue:
Crochet wrist warmers by Lisa Gutierrez from goodknits.com.
A stylin’ fall hat by Alessandra Hayden of Just Be Happy Crochet.
Lost Highway Knitted Shawl by Ann Weaver of Weaverknits
Pom-pom & Tassel Garland by Cydney Colvig
Plaster casting ornament tutorial by Cara O’Brien of O’Brien Objects
A stuffed turkey pincushion tutorial inspired by Grand Rapids crafter Julie Lewis
Woven bangle bracelet tutorial by Abby Haywood, 8, a CraftSanity Vice President of Fun
The CraftSanity Kids beginning spinning adventure with Margaret Jager, president of the Woodland Weaver & Spinners Guild
Delicious chocolate compost bark recipe by Lucy Baker, author of “Edible DIY: Simple, Giftable Recipes to Savor & Share”
Art & and embroidery design by Rebecca Green
Fall flowers crochet cowl by Edie Eckman author of the new book “Connect the Shapes Crochet Motifs”
As you can see there’s a lot in this issue including a fun story and embroidery pattern from Aneela Hoey, a great gingerbread recipe and new Q&A with Yvette Van Boven about her book “Home Made Winter,” my daughter Amelia’s Chocolate Chip Buttermilk Pancake recipe for kids and my veggie chili recipe. There’s also a guide by Cydney Colvig on how to copy a favorite garment. We cloned my favorite dress for this issue.
Whew! I think I covered it all. You can preorder your copy of Issue 8 here. As I mentioned above… if you order by Wednesday (Nov. 14) you save a dollar off the cover price. The $6 PDF edition will be available for instant download on Friday (Nov. 16). I will be posting a list of shops that will be stocking the new issue as soon as I get those delivered.
** I will be selling weaving looms and copies of Issue 8 and all the back issues at Sass Fest, from noon – 7 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 17, at 106 Gallery, 106 S. Division Ave., in Grand Rapids. Stop by if you can. I’m expecting this to be a really fun event. (Read my column about the event here.)
Happy crafting and thanks so much for your support!