Thursday, August 27, 2015

The Crafty Bookpile (September Edition)

Let's say hello to a craftilicious fall season!

The Grafted Garden (Louise Curley)

Adorable Felted Animals (Gakken Handmade Series)

All Things Paper (Ann Martin)

Arm Knitting (Amanda Bassetti)

Bead-opedia (Kerrie Monks)

Take a Tea Towel (Jemima Schlee)

Draw 500 Fantastic Foods (Zoe Ingram)

Beyond Cotton (Krista Fleckenstein)

Which of these books make it onto your wishlist? Any September publications that you're particularly looking forward to? And last but not least - happy crafty reading, y'all!


  1. hum hard this month, the bead one can always be useful, arm knitting sound strange, crafted garden as well

    1. Actually I thought that "The Crafted Garden" might be to your liking as you can use natural materials to create decoration and bringing nature into your home. On second thought, I know that you do prefer a real garden outdoors! :-)

    2. it can be interesting yes but at teh same time it "kills" plant to be made and i always had a littel difficulty with that^^;;; then i never opened it so i could be inspired and surprised as well^^
      so far i have so many technics in apprentissage already in hope to do all i want for christmas that time seem to have disappeared already

      ( you know me so well)