Multnomah County Library Podcasts
Listen to library events, as well as information about books and other library resources.
Thu, 8 October 2009
Three local crafter-writers discuss their writing in the context of the followng questions: 1. How did each of you become crafty authors? 2. What is your best advice for someone who aspires to write a craft book? 3. Name a favorite craft book and/or a local resource for craft supplies. 4. How do you go about searching for interesting craft materials?
Susan Beal is a non-stop crafter and writes the blog, West Coast Crafty. She is the author of Button it Up : 80 Amazing Vintage Button Projects for Necklaces, Bracelets, Embellishments, Housewares & More; Beadsimple : 150 Designs for Earrings, Necklaces, Bracelets, Embellishments, and More : Essential Techniques for Making Jewelry Just the Way you Want It; and Super Crafty : Over 75 Amazing How-to Projects. Diane Gilleland is the author of Kanzashi in Bloom : 20 Simple Fold-and-Sew Projects to Wear and Give, and the blog, CraftyPod. Alicia Paulson is the author of Stitched in Time : Memory-Keeping Projects to Sew and Share and the blog, Posie Gets Cozy. The audience question and answer period is included.