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Friday, July 01, 2011


I know normally I show something I've been knitting on and babble about it and go on my merry way. The problem with this usual way of doing things is that I haven't knit in a couple of days. Seriously. I haven't even picked up a pair of needles. There's nothing wrong with me or my hands, but the last couple of evenings I've either been busy and didn't have time to sit down and knit or too tired to knit. This means I have nothing to show you today.

So, I've decided to show you other people's stuff, or at least send you to a website that does. Craftgawker is just what it sounds like - pictures of crafts. If you click on the picture you can get to the original website and get more details about the craft and possibly a tutorial. There's even an iPhone app so you can browse pictures when you're out and about. You can search by specific craft and even favorite things so you can go back and see them later. I think it's fun to see what other people are doing and I hope you guys enjoy it too. (Hopefully I'm not the last person to "discover" Craftgawker and it's new to someone else also.)

Have a great weekend and if you live here in the USA, Happy 4th of July! Be safe with the fireworks! Oh, and I will get some knitting done this weekend!



Blogger Kristin said...

Very cool! I have never seen that before. Off to explore.

6:35 AM  

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