Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Keep it handcrafted for Mother's Day

Mother's Day is fast approaching...Sunday, May 13,2012.  Think about keeping things simple, fun and handcrafted.

Here are a few places to find patterns,  a handcrafted item from a handmade shop, or just explore new ideas for gift giving.

Ravelry.com is always a great source for knit and crochet patterns for any occassion.  You can search various ways...by designer, pattern type, etc.

Etsy.com is the place to discover handcrafted or vintage items of all types.  It's user friendly and you will be able to search easily and even find a crafter locally.  Perhaps Mom has a fav color.   No problem!  You can even do a color search.  Ahhhh!

Craftbits.com is always a great source of inspiration and the patterns and projects are free.

Craftstylish.com is a favorite stop for me any day of the week.  Pick your favorite craft and enjoy a variety of creativity for months to come.

Spud & Choloe has an adorable and free knit pattern for Mother's Day, Cupcake Pincushion – Free Pattern! It's too cute!  You have to check it out.  It's mouthwateringly knitty.

the Purl bee has an array of Mother's Day Gift Ideas  to create or give just waiting for you, so do stop by. 

I hope you're happy, creative, and super sassy today,

©Margaret Nock. All rights reserved.
Knit this Knitavian Shruggle from Knit Knitavian Style for Spring 2012.

Faith, love, and a wee bit of craftiness makes a situation a little brighter.

©Margaret Nock.

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