There’s always something going on in the world of crafts. From entertainment news to current events, you can always find cool information that relates to your interests. Don’t believe me? Did you know Julia Roberts is an avid knitter? See, even the biggest stars in the world love to craft! Maybe crafting news isn’t on the front page of the New York Times (although I think it should be!), but there are definitely ways to keep yourself “in the know.”
Looking for an easy way to stay informed? Subscribe to our Creative Income newsletter by Maria Nerius from FaveCrafts! In addition to practical tips, tricks and information about the craft business, you can find out what’s big in the industry and what everyone is buzzing about.
Here are some of the biggest stories featured in this week’s newsletter:
- Tom Hanks pranked Julia Roberts on the set of their latest movie. Roberts would often knit on set so during the shoot, so Hanks had over 50 members of the crew pretend to knit when she arrived on set. Read more!
- The National NeedleArts Association (TNNA) is having its third-annual Student NeedleArts Design Contest. Non-professionals and anyone enrolled in a post-high school educational curriculum are invited to enter. For more details, visit the TNNA website.
- TV lovers, rejoice! America Sews is back on PBS starting April 2.
- CutRateCrafts has launched its own blog! Check it out for deals, projects and more.
What is your go-to source for craft news and updates?