top 5 sites for crafters

D*S editor Kate Pruitt is my crafting idol. She oozes creativity from every fingertip and seems to be an endless well of amazing ideas and can-do attitude. So when I need crafty inspiration, she’s the first person I ask. This week Kate shared some of her favorite craft inspiration over at MyLifeScoop with a list of her Top 5 Sites for Crafters. From inspiration and tips to community sites where people share ideas, Kate’s list is a must-read for anyone who likes to make things with their own two hands. Click here to check out the list in full. xo, grace

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  1. Holly says:

    Great list! I love Ravelry!

  2. Lindsay says:

    Oh YIPPIE! Got my cup of coffee, my son is drinkin his bottle, so I have a few minutes to browse! Always on the lookout for great crafting sites. Thanks!

  3. Sally says:

    ….thanx for the list….i’ve been a Raveler for 4 years and i learn something new all the time….it’s the best social network i’m on!

  4. Amy says:

    great list, I’m sure there will be lots to see in the comments in due time as well.

  5. Rachel says:

    Great resources. Thanks!

  6. Chúcara says:

    Great list !! … thanks very much.

  7. Andrea B says:

    THANK YOU for this list! I’ve been trying to get up to speed on blog-worthy digital photography. I’m checking out Digital Photography School pronto!

  8. Angie says:

    This brings some serious happy to my afternoon… always ready to put my hands to good use and a little direction never hurts!

  9. Susana says:

    thank you! I only knew Ravelry, so this list is super useful to me (and to many, I am sure)

  10. Barbara says:

    Digital Photography School? Who knew??? I think my shots got better just by logging in. Thanks a heap!

  11. cheryl says:

    Thanks for the resource list,the photography school link could be fun!

  12. I’m a crafter too. Check out my blog regarding my artwork and crocheted items.


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