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Wednesday, February 1, 2012

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Free craft book: Crafting Traditions Magazine 2003-1-2

By: Miracle Handsph On: Wednesday, February 01, 2012
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  • Free craft book downloadCrafting Traditions Magazine 2003-1-2
    Everything you need to craft memorable holidays and family occasions! Over 40 projects per issue.
    The Bottom Line:A great all around Crafting magazine with a wide variety of crafting mediums and not ads.Each issue of Crafting Traditions is packed cover to cover with a variety of projects to make and share. These projects are submitted to the magazine for publishing by fellow crafters and creators. The issues arrive bimonthly, six times a year. There are a many different types of crafting projects inside these covers including crochet, knitting, garden crafts, seasonal items to make, sewing, painting, recipes, party ideas, outdoor decor, wreaths, papier-mâché, table settings, clothing, quilts, Plaques, and decorations. As well as Afghans, Christmas ornaments, pins to wear, seasonal banners, rugs, home décor, and many other projects to inspire and liven your life. Because subscribers submit all of the patterns and projects there are no annoying ads to sift through to find the projects like other magazines. The pages are full color and glossy. The material for the magazine is sturdy and the pages are heavy weight ideal for saving and using again and again as the season’s change. 

    Features in each issue: 
    A Few Lines from Craftleen- a brief article from the editor of the magazine, Kathleen “Craftleen” Anderson, about what is happening with the magazine, her thoughts and experiences crafting as well as an overview of what the issue contains. As well as website information and subscription options. 
    Traditionally Speaking- This section features letters for readers and pictures of their creations that were inspired by Crafting Traditions.
    Usually Seasonal Crafts come next in the magazine featuring Christmas in November/December issues, Halloween in the September/October issues, etc. Seasonal Recipes follow with meals and deserts coordinated for a particular holiday or event for each set of months. These articles and projects are sprinkled thought out the magazine.
    Outdoor Décor contains a project to make for the garden or out side of the house in September/October 2001 a Doggie Weather Station is featured. He is a cute brown spotted pup with a round thermometer on his tummy.
    ”kids korner” a place for younger crafters to send crafting ideas for other children to create.
    Craft Trends- keeps crafters informed of what is popular in the crafting industry at the time this is great for the crafter who makes crafts to sell.
    Crafting with taste-crafting treats to make in the kitchens that have themes for special events or holidays
    Crafters showcase-a special place to display crafts made by using the inspiration from Crafting Traditions Magazine.
    Crafting From the Heart-showcases books, members of crafting, industry, or groups and clubs that craft for good causes.
    Full size pull out pattern section- this is where all of the patterns are to the featured projects where they can be cut out or copied.
    Birthday party planner-each issue features a birthday party with a special theme including party favors, custom cakes, coordinating invitations, and other party ideas.
    Club Connection- this section features simple crafts that can be made by clubs such as Girl Scouts, Bible School Classes, etc.
    Christmas Corner- for those of us that are thinking and planning for Christmas all year long, this is perfect. This section contains small ornaments to craft and tasks to do now to make Christmas go smoother and more special.
    Give and Take-this is the place where member ask and answer questions about projects, where to obtain supplies, and bounce ideas off of other people.
    The Meetin' Place- this column is for crafters looking for other crafters to communicate with, to find friends with same hobbies and to share ideas
    Craft and Recipe Index- convenient place indexing all of the contents of the magazine with the page number, organized under the feature heading for easy reference.
    Stitery Guide- contains basic stitches that may be needed to complete a project, including: cross-stitch, chain stitch, blanket stitch, running stitch, french knot, plastic canvas stitches, Lazy daisy stitch and other sewing stitches. There is also a crocheting and knitting bbrevations chart to decode the patterns.
    ComingTraditions- the back cover previews the contents of the next issue of Crafting Traditions, including photos and an overview of what to expect. 
    Filesize : 26,9 MB
    File type:  Images

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