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One more time for the back row -- this Sunday is BUST's Holiday Craftacular in NYC, and if you haven't already cleared your calendar for that day, you better get on it. Top 5 reasons to come to the Craftacular: 1) Over 200 vendors will be selling their awesome handmade wares -- and it's the present-giving time of year. 2) Free stuff! We have gift bags for the first 500 attendees, coffee from Joe's, and other assorted snacks. Who doesn't love free stuff? AND the ... Read More

Neato Pattern Alert!

BY Web Intern in General |

I ordered my Sublime Stitching kit months back and like so many of those that have bought one, I have become hooked and constantly go ga-ga over all the awesome/neato/cutesy patterns. Why browsing the already darling site, I came across a new pattern that makes my stitching hands tremble with anticipation. Introducing the Tara McPherson Artist Series Pattern. In case you're unfamiliar, McPherson's illustrations have been featured on posters for Kings of Leon, ... Read More

Be There!

BY Web Intern in General |

In case you've forgotten, Gallery Hanahou in NYC (611 Broadway Suite 730) is showcasing Before and After, an exhibit for Ossu! Shugeibu. And hey, it's a BUST sponsored event so that's extra cool.The name Ossu! Shugeibu translates to Yo! Crafting Club and founder Shichi Ishizawa will be around tonight from 7-9 pm for a little surprise participatory event action. If you can't swing it tonight, on the 17th from 1-4 pm there will be a make-your-own-robot-pet ... Read More
I might have to become a crafty bird just so I can participate in this oh so awesome craft group and event...Gallery Hanahou in NYC (611 Broadway Suite 730) presents the clever pieces from the Ossu! Shugeibu craft club from Japan Oct. 14th-Nov. 13th in an exhibition called Before and After. Ossu! Shugeibu, which translates to Yo! Crafting Club, uses repurposed materials and freestyle techniques free of rules and conventions to create oddball crafts that make me ... Read More
As summer slips away, these timberland-themed throws might be able to help cushion your transition into fall.  The birch logs were screen printed and hand sewn by My Imaginary Boyfriend (perhaps he's a lumberjack?), while the other backwoods bolsters were knitted into timber by Chick Sin Design.   Although I'm not looking to transform my apartment into a treehouse, it would be nice to create a proper habitat for all my bearded, ... Read More