Hello! If you're new to Miss Lovie, I'd love for you to subscribe for free updates! You can subscribe by RSS feed or by email! Also be sure to follow on Facebook and Twitter for more Miss Lovie goodness!

Saturday, February 26, 2011

Craft and Sewing Websites to Spend Hours On

How did I not know about craftgawker until yesterday?
 If you've never been there, you're gonna look just like that surprised monkey up there  when you click on that link above.

Craftgawker is a website where crafters can upload beautiful pictures of their crafts and others can go through them for inspiration. When you click on the picture it takes you directly to that crafter's site.

I've been "gawking" for hours ever since my friend, Emily sent me the link to craftgawker

I've bookmarked a several things and even submitted some of my projects, too. 
(I'll keep you updated if my projects get accepted to go on the website.)

Here are just a few of the many awesome projects I've found through this website. 
ANABELLE milky turquoise rough cut crystal necklace (gold)

If you've never heard of craftgawker, read more about the site here.

Also, I recently discovered 
If you've been living under the same rock as I have, here's the info (taken directly from their site):
BurdaStyle is a place for people who sew or would like to learn. Our aim is to bring the traditional craft of sewing to a new generation of fashion designers, sewing hobbyists, DIYers and anyone looking to sew something. The website offers free and inexpensive sewing patterns (including many that are copyright-free), step-by step sewing tutorials, skill sharing, inspiration, project ideas and people passionate about sewing.

 So many great ideas and talent on that site! 
Here's a pattern I found on there for free!

With all the hours I've spent browsing on Burda Style and Craftgawker, I haven't finished any crafts of my own. Get your priorities together, Allie. 

Working on some St. Patty's day ideas. See you soon!


Stephanie McDonnell said...

I love Burdastyle. I've been a member there since I first bought a sewing machine! LOL! The Coffee Date dress is one of my favorites.

kiki comin said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. I am LOVING yours as well. I had never heard of Burdastyle..YIKES, there goes a few hours.:)

fzillion said...

What can you wear underneath a short sleeve sweater dress?
long sleeve sweater dress

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

invisible ad