CRAFT: 03 Japan style on newsstands!

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CRAFT: 03 Japan style on newsstands!

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Nat tells me that CRAFT 03 is at newsstands (most) everywhere now –

Konichiwa Crafters! CRAFT: 03, the Japanese Style issue is available today on the newsstands! We are so excited to bring you this issue that shares our love of Japanese crafts and style. In this issue you’ll learn how to stitch the cute cover kitties featured in Aranzi Aronzo’s The Cute Book. Diana Eng shows you how to make a punk Harajuku-style T-shirt, Suzi Pakhchyan makes blushing finger puppets, and Susan Beal shows you how to make your own sweet smelling bath scrub. Other DIY projects include Sumi paper marbling, hypertufa planters, gorgeous dorodango mud balls, knitted kimonos, and way more than we can list here, get ready to have no shortage of exciting crafting projects. blog: CRAFT: 03 Japan Style on Newsstands Today! – Link.


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10 thoughts on “CRAFT: 03 Japan style on newsstands!

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  2. h says:

    The craftzine website is broken. And always brings me to this old, old page. Very annoying. And makes it difficult to view new content on craftzine.

  3. Elisha says:

    I got exited for a second and throught CRAFT was back when this appeared in my feed! I agree with H that CRAFT sucks now! Not even worth having in my feed. It’s just re-posts of stuff they find on other people’s blogs and no original content. It’s totally taken a backseat to MAKE.

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