* Pretty Little books

Posted on April 27th, 2008 by maitreya. Filed under Crafty Review.

I saw the Pretty Little Patchwork and Pretty Little Potholders books at the bookstore yesterday! They both look awesome. I can’t wait to get my copies so I can start making stuff from them. I was really excited to see that my coin quilt is featured on a chapter start page, and the staging for the green patchwork potholder is super cute.


7 Responses to “Pretty Little books”

  1. cindy Says:

    Always great to hear about new books. The resin work from your last post was interesting. My favorite tv show is Crafters Coast to Coast and they have been showing alot work with resin. And I don’t know if it’s just my computer, but I have to scroll WAY down to see your post. Keep an inspiring!

  2. futuregirl Says:

    Congratulations! I saw them, too, and noticed your name. :)

  3. Rachael Rabbit Says:

    My – I’m such a sucker for pretty craft books – these look really fun!

  4. Doll Maker Says:

    I love the colours.

    I’ll take a look at the craftbook.


  5. Quirk Says:

    Congratulations!! That must be so exciting to open a book and see your work!

  6. Anonymous Says:

    These books look great!

  7. Yurt Says:

    Congrats! The books looks cool, can’t wait getting a copy..


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