Crafty Books for Fall: Part 4 – All-Round Craft Books

September 30, 2010 - Filed under Books

For those of you who like to dabble in it all, check out these great books for the all-round crafter.

Martha Stewart’s Encyclopedia of Crafts &
Martha Stewart’s Encyclopedia of Sewing and Fabric Crafts
by Martha Stewart

No crafter’s library would be complete with out Martha Stewart’s Encyclopedia of Crafts, and now her new book Martha Stewart’s Encyclopedia of Sewing and Fabric Crafts. Both of these books are full of lessons, tips, step-by-step projects and even downloadable templates and patterns.

Buy these books: Crafts, or Sewing Crafts

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Handmade Home
by Amanda Blake Soule

This book is full of ideas for the whole family, projects for you, projects for your children, and projects for you to do together.

Buy this book

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Make It! Hardware Store Decor
By Curbly

Available in both full color print as well as downloadable PDF, this book shows you how to make amazing interior decor pieces from stuff you can buy at any big box hardware store. Twelve budget-friendly makeover projects, with step-by-step instructions and pictures.

Buy this book

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The Gentle Art of Domesticity
by Jane Brocket

This is not your typical craft book with how-to’s and patters, but rather, a collection of essays, that read like a letters from a good friend, detailing moments of creative inspiration found through family, books, movies, art, baking, traveling, gardening, fabric, and yarn.

Buy this book

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