Do you love to read craft blogs?
I love to discover new ones but it can be a bit of a job to track them down. So I have been creating a list of
Craft Blogs To Follow in 2019.
You can read our January List and find some awesome blogs HERE
Do you think you should be on it? Tell me about yourself and your blog in the comments or contact me HERE
This post is a work in progress so make sure to bookmark it and keep checking back.
Thank you to everyone who has already submitted their blogs to me.
The February list so far:
I’m Nadia a freelance writer, podcaster and virtual assistant. On the blog, you will find stories on craft, lifestyle, gardening and creativity. I’m always fueled by coffee, so grab a cup and come join me.
My name is Lucy and I love all things crafty – in a nutshell! I am a mummy to two beautiful boys who are my world and who have taken over my life since their arrival.
Explore the blog for thoughts on creativity, latest news, and special offers, or head right to browsing and buying.
Hi! My name is Misa and I’m the crazy creative behind Misassortments. I’ve always been the creative sort – my Mum taught me to knit aged around 7 and I clearly remember getting a hair dressing head and a fashion design kit as presents. I love pretty much anything that requires me using my hands, be it baking, crocheting, jewellery making, macrame, embroidery, weaving, or needle felting!
Thimble & Twig
I have too many plans, thoughts and adventures that I cannot keep them in my head and so I began writing this blog to capture life’s loveliness that I would otherwise forget in a heartbeat. It’s a place to remember anything and everything about family life. So I can look back on our memories when I’m losing my marbles (which could be anytime very soon).
These City Days
It’s funny writing about yourself, and not as easy as it sounds, but here I am with my little piece of the interweb, a logo, and a love for blogging. I created ‘These City Day’s to share all the things I might not get a chance to in my day job, and other things besides.
Evercrafts is full of useful crafting reviews
Helenka White Design
I am originally a journalist based in Cardiff and discovered jewellery making in the run-up to my wedding in 2007. I was on a tight budget and wanted to wear something that was unique, so I taught myself how to make my own tiara. I ended up with three designs and created necklaces and earrings for my bridesmaids. Only three years later I launched Helenka White Design.
Award-winning Adventure Accessories combines my passion for the outdoors with my love of crafts.
I create unique handmade gifts for outdoor enthusiasts.
I am a keen adventurer and wanted funky yet functional accessories for my outdoor activities, so I set about making my own and also help you to have the same.
Made By Me Craft Parties
A Made by Me craft party is all about having fun and creating something fabulous! I can teach a new skill or create craft activities to fit your party theme.
I understand that planning a party can be a stressful business and the choice of themes and activities out there is mind-boggling! A craft party gives people a chance to bond, relax and create something a little bit different to take home. All you need to do is provide food and a venue.
I started designing my own knitting patterns in 2009 soon after learning to knit. I had limited skills and adapted ideas to suit my skill level while also catering to the particular yarn I was using. I didn’t even know I was designing for a few years, but by then I knew more about knitting so my designs were more cohesive and thorough. But looking back to my early designs, I am impressed with my innovative approach in the face of a new craft. I’ve had failed designs, but those are learning experiences!
Louise Tilbrook Designs
My name is Louise and I’m an enthusiastic (some would say obsessed) sock knitter. Fortunately I have a husband and two young boys who will wear as many stripy socks as I care to make. They are equally tolerant of my ever expanding yarn stash – which threatens to take over our small home in rural Essex.