- My bf’s blog. She’s the ridiculously crafty and clever.
- Dark Cargo
- Sci-fi and fantasy book reviews and general geekery. There are lots of authors who post about lots of different genres (including yours truly) and lots of open and friendly discussions about reading.
- Phillip Orozco
- My favorite artist and oldest friend.
- Random Ramblings of Celeena Cree
- My cyber friend’s blog about the neat things she does. She does a lot of neat things.
- A delicious baking site with tons of adorable cake pops.
- How Sweet It Is
- Another adorable baking/cooking blog. She’s funny and posts recipes with ingredients I actually have.
- Feeling Stitchy
- Very cool embroidery blog with oodles of pictures and interviews of every kind of stitch things going on. It also has some cute stitch-alongs, free patterns, and excellent stitching tutorials.
- Mr. Cross Stitch
- Another very cool stitch blog that is more non-traditional.
- Wee Little Stitches
- My favorite pattern place. Crafty geeks unite!!
- Twisted Stitches
- My favorite non-traditional cross stitch guys. I love these designs MUCHO.
- Funny knitting blog, with free history lessons!
- Fantabulously incredible site for yarny people. If you are already in there, find me, I’m watermelon.
- I love all the patterns and ideas and funny stuff here.
- Player Vs Player
- My favorite web comic about trolls and gaming and comics and coffee and nonsense. And fart jokes.
Tatting and Not A Lot Else!!Jane Eborall’s blog. She has lots of fabulous patterns and techniques, plus some excellent tutorials. She’s unofficially officially a goddess in the tatting world.
TatarendaJon Yusoff’s blog. Wonderful projects and insight, as well as more excellent tutorials.
RenulekThis is in Polish, but google translate is very helpful. She’s a star tatter who designs the prettiest doilies (“napkins”) ever, as well as lots of other pretty projects. (My Epic Doily is the Spring 2014 napkin from this site.)
Nimble FingersA French site with oodles of beautiful pictures and inspiration and general prettiness.
Grace TatsVery nice woman with some amazing projects, patterns, etc. Let’s just say all the tatting blogs I find are amazing. Grace’s work is especially inspirational for me! It’s so even and colorful. I love seeing the colors people pick for common projects.
More talented tatters; they’re all wonderful and nice and have lovely pictures:
My Grandmother Tatted
Tips Around The Home
Lace Lovin Librarian
Le Blog de Frivole
I use Ravelry for knitting and crochet. I use Craftree for tatting, embroidery, and cross stitch. I’m “watermelonmtn”, find me and say hi! It’s a lovely site.
IF by chance you find your blog on here, and do not want me to have them posted/linked here, please let me know and I will remove them. All love intended, no offense intended. Also, if I missed one, and you want to recommend it, please let me know! :)