Useful resources: crafty places part 2

May 6, 2009 at 23:27 Leave a comment

Some time ago I’ve posted a list of all kinds of crafty sites. I’ve collected some more in the meanwhile and I think it’s time to share them with you. Again, if you know more of such websites, please do let me know!

Craft Gossip

Craft Gossip

Craft Gossip is your place to hear about the latest gossip in crafts and DIY ideas put together with the help of a dedicated team of editors.



CraftPOP is an Arts and Crafts Links Directory.



CraftStylish is the ultimate crafting resource that we craved, but couldn’t find—a place to connect, discover and share with other crafters. It’s the destination for fabulous inspiration and expert instruction on the latest trends, projects, ideas, and materials. Whatever craft you love—knitting, crocheting, sewing, quilting, embroidery, jewelrymaking, and more—you’ll find the best information and community at



CraftyCrafty by Shiny Media – some kind of a blog website with tutorials and crafty advice.

My Craft

My Craft

MyCraft.comis the Craft Social Network where you can share and market your crafts.

Mycraftivity.comis the global online community for crafters looking to connect with others who share their love for all things handmade. is about DIY (Do It Yourself) Clothing and Crafts ran by a self-taught seamstress and crafter.


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