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CrafterNoon Delight – A Recap and Slideshow from CrafterNoon 2013

If you’re a longtime reader of Crafternews, you know Potter Craft hosts a special lunchtime event for magazine editors, newspaper writers, and TV and radio producers to give them a sneak peek at our upcoming titles, as well as an opportunity to see finished projects from our books. And this year might have been the best event yet!

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CrafterNoon 2012 Recap and Slideshow

Every year, Potter Craft hosts a special lunchtime event for magazine editors, newspaper writers, and TV and radio producers to give them a sneak preview of our coming titles, as well as an opportunity to see finished projects from our books.

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CrafterNews Exclusive: Vote for the Cover of Knitted Farm Animals

Here’s your chance to help design the cover of Sarah Keen’s upcoming book, Knitted Farm Animals, on sale December 11, 2012, from Potter Craft. There are so many adorable options that we can’t decide on just one, so we want to hear your thought about which animal should be the star of the cover!

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Travel Checkers from Sew What You Love by Tanya Whelan

The holidays are all about spending time with family and friends. We at CrafterNews have a good old-fashioned solution to passing those long, lazy vacation days: checkers!

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Introducing ePatterns from Potter Craft

Start creating! Potter Craft announces the arrival of individual knitting and crocheting ePatterns for sale from five of their most popular books. Available in all electronic formats including reflowable and fixed format for usage on devises such as the iPad, Kindle and Nook, as well as downloadable PDF. These are available wherever eBooks are sold.

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Mochimochi Photo Contest and Giveaway

Anna Hrachovec just announced the fifth annual Mochimochi Photo Contest on Mochimochi Land. Since we at CrafterNews are quite obsessed with Anna’s adorable mochimochis, we are re-posting the contest rules, and also adding a giveaway of our own.

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Celebrate Martha Stewart's Handmade Holiday Crafts with a Holiday Planning Calendar

From New Year’s Eve to Valentine’s Day to Christmas and every holiday in between, Martha Stewart’s Handmade Holiday Crafts contains page after page of projects, tips, techniques, and inspiring ideas. To assist in your holiday planning, CrafterNews—taking inspiration from Martha Stewart’s Handmade Holiday Crafts—created craft calendars for the months of October through December. Featuring photos from the book of Halloween, Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, and Christmas crafts, and highlighting dates when you should begin to think about crafting, you can prepare for the season with ease!

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Savor the Little Things in Life with a Teeny-Tiny Food Slideshow and Giveaway

To celebrate the publication of Anna Hrachovec’s Teeny-Tiny Mochimochi, along with Peter Callahan’s Bite by Bite from Clarkson Potter, CrafterNews has teamed up with The Recipe Club to offer you an exclusive peek at both books. What better way to showcase the huge fun than with a slideshow of teeny-tiny, bite-sized food!

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Q&A with Anna Hrachovec and Free Project from Her New Book, Teeny-Tiny Mochimochi

Mochimochi mastermind Anna Hrachovec’s new book, Teeny-Tiny Mochimochi hits bookstores today! To celebrate, CrafterNews sat down with Anna to discuss the new book, her favorite mochimochis, and more. Read the Q&A with Anna, check out the Tiny Chicken project on Scribd, and start creating your own teeny-tiny mochimochi!

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A Sneak Peak and Free Pattern from Wendy Knits Lace by Wendy D. Johnson

Although this much-anticipated book won’t be in stores until August, we’re offering a special preview with a free pattern! We love this quick and easy scarf from the wonderful Wendy D. Johnson that will keep you looking pulled-together, whether you’re dashing out the door to make it to class or just running errands around town.

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