I tend to surf the ‘net for craft ideas, but I like browsing the library’s magazines for crafts. In fact, I tend to make things when I can refer to portable, printed instructions. Here is something I found that sounds right up my alley.
“Living Crafts magazine is a quarterly crafts magazine for families who embrace an old fashioned natural lifestyle, and are interested in traditional forms of craft such as sewing, knitting, weaving, crochet, paper mache, mosaic, woodwork, and other handwork for the whole family. Living Crafts provides craft enthusiasts with the information, ideas, and inspiration they need to support their desire for self-sufficiency, sustainability and a natural lifestyle. In each issue there are projects for the entire family, including fun crafts for parents and children to do together.”