Over the years I've posted many articles about crafters and crafting inspirations. I was inspired for the fashions on the Victorian Era by something my Grandmother did. When I was a very young girl she gave me a very old print of Godey’s Fashions for August 1870 that belonged to my great, great aunt Flossie. I was captivated by the dresses and from that moment on I was hooked. In fact, sometimes I think I was born in the wrong era. From that moment I wanted to make beautiful Victorian dolls and create my own Victorian doll patterns.
I have also loved dolls, sewing, floral arrangements, genealogy, history and crafts since I was a little girl. I was always making or sewing something and always wanted to design my own dolls. My mother and her best friend inspired me to sew and taught me how to. In fact, I come from a family of sewers. My mom does, my sister does, all my sister's in-law do, my aunt did, my grandmother did, and my nieces do. All of the women in our family sew. All the members of our family either sew or craft to one degree or another - even the men! And, I think we all inspire each other by loving everything we all create.
All different types of crafts inspire me. In fact, there isn't a craft I don't have on my bucket list of crafts to make. I want to make them all - at least once. While I can't make them all at the same time I can save the craft projects I want to try at a later point in time. I hope you find something here to inspire you.
I love arts and crafts tutorials, articles, and how-to's websites and have found many, many tutorials and tutorial websites online that offer fabulous tutorials, articles, and how-to's. Here's a few I've found and would love to try.
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