Top 25 Crafting Blogs of 2017
The world of crafting, DIY, and making only grew in 2017; it was the bloggers who kept up with the trends and created countless original projects that fed our love of crafting!
When we were writing our collection of the top 100 projects on FaveCrafts from 2017, we wanted to give a little shout out to the designers who made these projects so amazing. The bloggers below are the cream of the crafting crop, and they've all created some special project, pattern, or design that our readers adored.
Check out their blogs and let us know in the comments who your favorite crafters are! Who gets you inspired?
1. DIY by Jane
DIY by Jane Monzures has truly earned her spot as FaveCrafts' Crafter of the Year! From precious craft projects to clever video tutorials, Jane has made her mark on the crafting world, even making several TV and radio appearances in 2017. You might also recognize Jane from some of FaveCrafts' own videos.
3. Organized 31
Susan is the busy mom of three and has moved into more than 20 homes thanks to the military. While she loves to craft and repurpose, she doesn't have time for complicated projects. Susan shares simple and frugal projects with that charm or wow factor. Her crafts are perfect for beginning crafters or crafters with limited time and a limited budget.
5. Domestic Diva
7. Divine Debris
Amber is a 30-something crochet fanatic. She enjoys yarn, coffee, and comic books, although not usually at the same time. Although she was taught to crochet at a young age, she didn’t start crocheting until 2012, when she started creating her own jewelry. That hobby turned into blogging about her ideas and then full-time designing. She’s been published in Happily Hooked Magazine, Pattern Pack Pro, and on Red Heart Yarns’ website. She has a BA in Art History and currently lives in North Carolina with her husband and their pet red-tailed boa.
8. Dazzle While Frazzled
DazzleWhileFrazzled.com is a thrifty home decor, seasonal projects and crafty blog that strives to create ideas not already all over the blogosphere. I am the [often frazzled] mom to three young children, ages 3-8, and focus on DIY-family friendly thrifty home decor, craft projects and ideas for kids. The more creative, the better.
9. P.S. I Love You Crafts
11. Ef Zin Creations
I am Zina and I love to create things from old materials, actually recycling them, and I do love to create jewels. My first love was embroidery, I own that to my mother, who creates masterpieces! My life was almost complete with my young princess and my baby prince. This was the time to decide to start my hobby again. So... keep crafting, it always makes you smile!
14. Underground Crafter
Marie Segares is the craft blogger and crochet and knitting designer behind Underground Crafter. Marie shares crochet and knitting patterns, craft projects and tutorials, and recipes on her blog. Her patterns, tutorials, and articles have been published in Crochet World, I Like Crochet, I Like Knitting, Inside Crochet, Love of Crochet, Love of Knitting, Pom Pom Quarterly, and the Quick & Simple Crochet booklet series. Marie is not a member of a secret society of crafters (though she would love to be), but crochets underground while commuting on New York City's subways.
16. Scraps of Reflections
Erin Reed has been crafting since she was little girl starting with fun kids craft and now loves to help create and develop products and samples for various manufacturers. She loves all kinds of paper crafting and home decor projects and her passion is to help educate the world to enjoy and have fun with crafts. She is a lifestyle crafter and her favorite forms of art and crafting include home decor, cards, ATCs, scrapbooking, art journals, party supplies, handmade gifts, and altered items. She is a mother of 4 and her kids love to craft along side with her every chance they get, you can even see them make fun special appearances in her crafty videos on her YouTube channel.
20. Life in the Craft Lane
Originally from England, Julie has been professionally involved in the Arts & Crafts industry for over 25 years as a designer, TV Host, author and consultant. Growing up in England in the 50's, she was always making something and learned to knit, sew, crochet and embroider from her mum and painted with her dad. While living in Germany she discovered new materials to "make stuff with" and Bavarian folk art. After moving to the US in the mid 70's Julie continued her hobbies and sold the things she made at local craft shows and craft malls. This led to working with a "How to" craft book publisher and she authored over 50 books on a wide variety of crafts and decorative painting. Her projects have been featured in craft and decorative painting magazines and on TV. She was host of a popular TV show on scrapbooking and paper crafts for 15 years, but Julie loves all types of crafts and now she features her creative projects with an international flair on her blog, Life in the Craft Lane.
Who's your favorite craft blogger?
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