* Crafter’s Companion

Posted on September 25th, 2006 by maitreya. Filed under Crafty Review.

The Crafter’s Companion is done! I can’t wait to see it; the suspense is killing me. Here are my projects in the book if you’d like a peek: embroidered felt sewing box and machine embroidered felt desk tray.


9 Responses to “Crafter’s Companion”

  1. lsaspacey Says:

    Ummm,you might want to proof read that post one more time…

  2. Maitreya Says:

    Haha! Thanks for the catch.

  3. futuregirl Says:

    Yay! It’s so totally awesome that you have projects in an *actual* book. That’s so exciting. :)

  4. kathy Says:

    Way to go! What a fabulous thing to see your designs in print.

  5. gillian Says:

    I ADORE the felt sewing box!!! SO clever!

  6. Joy Says:

    Hello! I just saw it tonight, when I met Anna for high tea at Claridges! Everyone *needs* to pre-order it. It’s absolutely beautiful! It has amazing photos, and even more amazing projects. It looks and feels like a Japanese craft book, except it’s in English. Excellent work, Maitreya!

  7. sulu-design Says:

    Being somewhat new to your blog, I’d not seen these projects before. They are adorable! Congratulations.

  8. Kristin R Says:

    Oh, that embroidered felted sewing box was one of my favorites, I’m glad it’s made it in!


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