Maureen Cracknell makes a bright and colored patchwork with an impeccable technique.
Nice and enjoyable idea the one proposed at Martha Stewart's web: to embroider your family in cross stitch. You can download the templates on PDF to draw first the scheme.
The designer A. M. Victoria Ladefoged made these mobile marionettes with wood and metal for an exhibition at the Danish Museum for Art and Design in 2009.
A simple craft but with many possibilities is to line “passe-partout” with fabric. It’s one of these things easy to do but it’s better to know how to make it right to get a perfect result. And it’s a cheap way of renewing our photograph frames. The tutorial is by Delightful Distractions.
A great detail on giving a book as a gift would be to add these bookmarks with Felix Fu’s illustrations. They can be purchased at Felix Doolittle.
Stitch Magic is a very advisable book for embroidery and sewing fans, with the most traditional techniques applied to the most modern designs.
Giddy Giddy is the brand of the children’s clothes and accessories designer Teri Dimalanta. At her blog she proposes many crafts for children, like these wool letters, which can be made with some needlework’s remains and a bit of wire … let’s have fun!
Chisel& Mouse realize these elegant art-deco buildings models of the area of London and surroundings. For this they use plaster and metal.
For two years Stan Engelbrecht y Nic Grobler have travelled all over South Africa photographing cyclists. The result is a wonderful book, “Bicycle Portraits”. Every portrait is accompanied by a map based on Google Maps, which are water-colors paintings of the artist Gabrielle Raaff. You can see all the photos here.