Welcome to another Craft Carnival! Thanks to everyone who submitted. If yours wasn’t accepted this time, try, try again! We have carnivals on the 1st of every month.
We have a few different topics this time around, so please enjoy!
An interesting conversation, complete with photos, of the difference between American Vs Japanese Lace Style, over at Fleegles Blog.
A new website to help you figure out Japanese Knitting Books, so click here to check it out!
Don’t forget to check out Marguerite’s list of Japanese resources
Have you seen some of the items made with recycled bags lately? How about making your own plastic bag yarn?
And if you are a sewer & a crocheter, why not make this handy hook holder?
And even though the warmer weather may finally be here, why not make up some Arm/Leg – Warmers posted at Niki Anders’ blog,The-A-TEAM.
Stephanie Bryant presents Straw Into Gold, a speech she made about fiber & spinning, posted over at Mortaine’s Blog.
Heather writes I love grannies. complete with a beautiful photo, posted at What’s Cluttering My Couch.
And speaking of crochet — Beverly Schweigert writes about her daughter learning to knit & Crochet over at her blog, Crafts 4 Fun.
Asaknitter presents Knitting Therapy posted at KnittingNutter.
Curious about the new Knit Picks KIP bags? Well, check out this nice long review, complete with photos & how much yarn fits into each bag (you may have to scroll like I did, to get to the post)
Check out this amazing Crochet Anarchist Doll and the rest of her dolls over at Dolls Style
Look at these beautiful kilt hose socks, knit with Regia Silk. Oh how I love Nancy Bush patterns!
Laurie Bluedorn presents Drawn-Thread Work posted at Trivium Pursuit.
I love it! What’s old is new again, as shown with this Granny Square Crocheted Apron. If you are into granny squares, check out Monster Crochet‘s recent blog entry, featuring not only vintage grannies, but modern grannies & online resources as well. And stop by the Granny Square Crochet along, too!
And please check out another crafty-related carnival, Carnival of the Creators. They were so nice to include this carnival in their carnival, so now we’re returning the favor!