Here are some links to other craft-related websites that we hope you will find useful and informative.
|America Sews with Sue Hausmann||Back to top|
One of the most popular how-to programs on Public Television, America Sews with Sue Hausmann features exciting guests teaching inspiring projects with new, fun techniques for sewing, quilting, crafting, scrapbooking, and "sew much more". Every guest and every project demonstrate new ways to use your sewing machine and accessories and combine today's technology with the joy of sewing! Kaleidoscope Kreator was featured in Program #2309 to make a quilted wall-hanging and will be featured again in Series 2500 (to start airing in October 2007).
|Bonnie McCaffery Vidcasts||Back to top|
Bonnie McCaffery has been quilting for over twenty-five years, and her quilts have been exhibited across the country. Bonnie specializes in kaleidoscope quilts, free form applique quilts, dimensional quilts, layered quilts, Fantasy Fabric, Fantasy Floral quilts and her newest venture - Painted Faces. Bonnie's workshops, lectures, and online vidcasts are widely popular among quilting enthusiasts.
|TV Weekly||Back to top|
TV Weekly has simply THE BEST online how-to crafting videos. New Webisodes (videos) premiere each week and feature the newest techniques, trends, and products. Each Webisode comes with a free downloadable and printable Design Guide outlining the steps and materials used in that particular project. Kaleidoscope Kreator has been featured in a couple of webisodes in the Scrapbook Lounge – keep your eye out for more in the future!
|Soft Scrap ...and more||Back to top|
The good folks at Soft Scrap offer a variety of inkjet fabrics including cottons and silks, plus their own line of design booklets and DVDs. A great source for supplies, fun projects, and useful guides for printing images on fabric.
|Paint.NET||Back to top|
Paint.NET is a brilliant little image editing program that is FREE to download. We included a couple of video tutorials for Paint.NET with our Frame Frenzy Template Pack. There is also an active user forum on the Paint.NET website where you can find the answer to just about any question you might have.