Posted by: Casey Krosser
on Sep 02, 2011
Get ready for the woman with coolest name ever: Jazz Domino Holly! It gets better though; Holly is an empowered crafter who’s launched a new book called Queen of Crafts. Not to mention she’s also the daughter of punk rock legend Joe Strummer of the Clash. Her new book covers everything from knitting and quilting to baking and preserving, and she insists that all of her crafts are quick, "faddy," and affordable. Holly, the ... Read More
Posted by: Intern Courtnay
on Sep 02, 2011
Guess what arrived in the office today? The very first copies of The BUST DIY Guide to Life!! And boy is it beautiful, chock-full of awesome info and super sweet projects. Editor-in-chief Debbie Stoller and creative director Laurie Henzel compiled over 250 of your favorite BUST projects from the last 15 years in one handy-dandy volume.
No more digging through your back issues for that how-to story, or searching through scraps ... Read More
Posted by: Nikki
on Aug 15, 2011
It's your last chance to be a vendor at the BUST Magazine Craftacular at Maker Faire New York -- applications close TODAY!
The second annual Maker Faire NY will take place on Saturday, September 17th and Sunday, September 18th at the New York Hall of Science in Queens, NY. This newfangled outdoor fair combines science, art, craft, engineering, and music in an exciting public forum. Over 40,000 attendees are expected over both days.
In ... Read More
Posted by: Erina Davidson
on Aug 12, 2011
With the Philly Naked Bike Ride and fall’s SlutWalk Providence quickly approaching, I needed something glitzy to complete my event attire - or non-attire. Yeah, yeah, it’s called ‘Naked’ Bike Ride, but it’s also an opportunity to wear nipple tassels and pasties and prance around in public. Since I don’t have the funds for the fancy stuff (like these babies from Agent Provocateur), I rolled up my sleeves ... Read More
Posted by: Larissa Dzegar
on Nov 02, 2010
Kimberly Ellen Hall has been teaching people to knit in exchange for their first projects since 2007. Now, her collection of scarves made by people who have never knit before have earned an exhibit all of their own at the Textile Arts Center from November 5- December 16. Her inspiration for this project is truly lovely; "I learned to knit while I was struggling with a project about luck. I made all sorts of printed pieces with images of ... Read More