There is something about being able to put on a garment which you transformed yourself from a piece of fabric. It puts a smile on your face, fills your heart with pride and keeps you going to the next project.
In addition to showcasing her designs, Kristin serves up terrific articles about knitting, crochet, yarn and even a few sneak peeks at what's new on her site, StyledByKristin.com.
So many crafts, so little time! Carolyn is a bonafide fabricholic and enjoys making many kinds of crafts, but her first love is quilting.
Finding affordable solutions for making those to-die-for items she sees in stores is Gloria's forte. Her varied interests include everything from jewelry making to home decor, but she enjoys trying to incorporate airbrush painting into as many projects as possible.
Tracie's mixed media work has received national recognition. She eagerly awaits the debut of her new cotton quilting fabric line with Windham Fabrics/Baum Textiles due to hit retail stores in late 2010 and soon to be announced other exciting licensing new
Melony Bradley is a full-time freelance craft designer/professional.
Heather Valentine is the creative mind behind The Sewing Loft. Her mission is to inspire others to think outside of the box with projects that keep the 3 R's in mind: Reduce, Reclaim, And Recraft.
like to share things that I find to be beautiful and try to promote other artists often. All kinds of creative ideas run through my head on a regular basis and I release them through my tutorials.
Jessica Hill is the writer behind Mad in Crafts, a blog that teaches readers how to combine classic style with modern trends in decorating, DIY, cooking, writing, and more!
From St. Petersburg Florida, a retired and enjoying it senior citizen. I retired in 2007 and havent had a boring moment yet. I think senior living is the best job Ive ever had and I have so many more projects to create that I need the time.