Crafting book recommendations

Since many of us are spending more time at home nowadays, why not try some good old-fashioned crafting? Creating something from scratch can be a healthy outlet for self-expression. For me, the repetition of certain crafting techniques have meditative characteristics. Checkout one of our crafting books, and try something new.

Hand Lettering and Calligraphy

“An Introduction to Hand Lettering with Decorative Elements” by Annika Sauerborn

“Calligraphy and Lettering: A Maker’s Guide” by Denise Lach


“Macramé for Beginners and Beyond: 24 Easy Macramé Projects for Home and Garden” by Amy Mullins

“Modern Macramé: 33 Stylish Projects for Your Handmade Home” by Emily Katz


“Knitting Pretty: Simple Instructions for 30 Fabulous Projects” by Kris Percival

“Knitting Without Needles: A Stylish Introduction to Finger and Arm Knitting” by Anne Weil


“Paper Crafts: A Maker’s Guide” by Eleanor Crow

“Paper Joy for Every Room: 15 Fun Projects to Add Decorating Charm to Your Home” by Laure Farion


“Cross-stitch to Calm: Stitch and De-Stress with 40 Simple Patterns” by Leah Lintz

“Cross-stitch for the Soul: 20 Designs to Inspire” Emma Congdon

Jewelry Making


“Fashion Jewelry: A Beginner’s Guide to Jewelry Making” by Courtney Legenhausen

“Beading: Learn It, Love It” by Jean Power


“Playing With Books: The Art of Upcycling, Deconstructing & Reimagining the Book” by Jason Thompson

“Upcycling: 20 Creative Projects Made from Reclaimed Materials” by Max McMurdo


“Tie-Dye to Die For: Dye It, Wear It, Share It” by Shabd Simon-Alexander

“Tie and Dye: Colorful Clothing, Gifts and Decorations” by Lizzie King

-Contributed by Allison

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