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* With hundreds of vintage photographs, original project instructions, colorized images, schematic line drawings, and contemporary color photographs.
* Leah Kramer and Craftster have been featured in Time, Jane, Budget Living, San Francisco Chronicle, London Guardian, and Houston Chronicle, and on National Public Radio. Selected Crafts: Cigar-Box Purse Hardcover Book Clutch Coffee Urn Lamp Powder Room Poodle Macaroni Glamour Beaded Fruit Felt Flowers Glovely Lovelies Plastic Bottle Piggy Bank Doll Face Fridgies
"This isnt your grandmas craft club. . . . Cross Martha Stewart with an urban hipster and youve got the idea." CBS News Radio
"It has a sensibility thats not exactly homespun. . . . Call it open-source crafting." Time
This is an interesting book just for the nostalgia. Most of the projects are not what I want decorating my home but they did make me want to modernize some of them. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Judy M Robertson
This book has has SOME cute ideas but it also has alot not so cute items as well. Was not really what I was looking for.Published 12 months ago by D'elle
This book is fun and does reference crafts over the decades. Not a lot of how to, but a few instructions.Published on February 27, 2013 by Todd H
This book has lots of fun projects in it but it's a bit impractical. I love craftster.org and was hoping it be more like the website.Published on May 20, 2010 by Veronica
This is, hands down, the most enjoyable "retro" "repurpose" book I have purchased. I grew up crafting with my mom in the 50's and 60's and the pages in this book were like... Read morePublished on December 1, 2009 by D. L. Brod
I want to make several of the projects in this book. I love the idea of the thread-spool knitting, and I want to learn to crochet so I can make the doll face fridge magnets. Read morePublished on August 15, 2009 by Cydni Perkins