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has become one of my favorite sites to browse and shop at. After
selecting my first sweater project (with two scarves under my belt),
I wanted to find the exact yarn used in the project. I visited several
stores, and kept coming up empty-handed. A quick search online yielded
Patternworks, and Im now hooked. Their site is easy-to-use,
and their selection is remarkable--find yarn galore, patterns, books,
needles, kits, and software. I promise you wont be disappointed!
Not only does U2.com
have up-to-the-minute news about all things U2--the best band in
the world, but they present it in such a fantastic way. If your
U2.com experience is at all lacking, visit the message boards at
to see what the buzz is among the fans.
(stands for Internet Movie DataBase) offers a wealth of information
on the movie/television community. I must go there at least three
or four times a week to check out where I know that one actor from,
that one in that movie with that guy and that girl
in it! Search by name, movie title, plot, character name, or quote.
When you know youve seen the lead singer of the band in the
dance scene in Better Off Dead, but just cant place
her, IMDB will jog your memory, "Oh yeah, she was Dottie in
Pee-Wees Big Adventure."
My list wouldnt be complete,
as the fashion crafter, without a link to Vogue.com.
I love taking a couple hours and heading to the Fashion Shows page.
Here, you can select a designer from the drop-down list, read a
synopsis of their latest show, and then check out all the photos.
Its a great way to get ideas for fashion crafting projects.
Find a look you like and then go out and replicate it!
is a wake-up-call column of opinions, questions, answers, frustrations,
fascinations, criticisms and celebrations. In other words, a fabulous
forum for the humorous philosophications on life.
Jean Online is written and produced
by young women from around the world! This site is a creative space
for young women ages 14-22 to submit their writings, artwork, photography,
crafts and other works for online publication to a worldwide audience.
Blue Jean Online--what young women are thinking, saying, and doing
Find recipes that put the fun back
into cooking while creating healthy meals, connect with other would-be
chefs, and share your own recipes all in the Bitchin'
Podge brings articles on feminism,
craftiness, travel, food, and more together, with a focus on international
girl culture. Hodgepodge aims to give a voice to a wider range of
individuals, in the process bridging gaps in communication across
cultural, gender, and age divides.
For funky Chicano folk art, craft
ideas, and celebrity interviews, visit Chicano
Folk Art, the online home of Crafty
Chica extraordinaire, Kathy Murillo.
is a great place for people obsessed with movies, books, and music
to create personal lists and enter discussions with others of like
mind. Beware, this site can be addictive!
Have you ever wished there were a community
of people all devoted to the fine art of making compilation tapes
and CDs? Well that's what you'll find at Art
of the Mix. You can submit your own
song lists, browse the 20,000 or so mixes already posted, or join
a conversation about the subtle nuances of making a mix on the discussion
Do you love to listen in on strangers'
conversations? Well, so does "Eve S. Dropper" at In
Passing. In fact, she's been logging
the comments of passersby for a couple of years now. She also sometimes
jots down striking bits of graffiti and other scenes of note--everybody
needs a hobby, right?
I gotta give props to Chez
Snarko! This "homespun zine" has the
goods on everything from web design to sex toys to experimental
fashion. And if you think you change your hair color/style
a lot--this spunky gal will make you feel much better.
been a terrible shame if BUST magazine had gone under. But
fortunately, the mag is on its way back and we still have
the fabulous BUST.com website,
where you can chat on the message boards about feminism, culture,
and relationships, buy great items at the Boobtique, or surf
the Girl Wide Web section that links to over 3,500 sister
Deluxe is a portfolio and store in one--for those with
an appreciation for art, those with an appreciation for buying
art, and mostly those with a sense of humor. Featuring art
clothing, furniture, accessories and more.
into home décor adorned with ladies from vintage clothing
patterns, cool purses, journals, and even guitar straps, then
Sparkle Craft is
the place for you. It's also a consignment shop and will sell
your crafts as well. Check it out!
Secretary Club is filling a niche, and that niche is the
"web zine for aging riot grrrls who now have subscriptions
to Martha Stewart, but still make it out to see Indie bands
play." Sounds good, no? Here you'll find tons of music
reviews, tips on crafts, cooking, fashion, and more!
at Unique Projects
have a fabulous philosophy: they aim to be "an antidote
to the disturbing trend toward consumerism, homogeneity and
personal detachment." What's even more fabulous is that
they have a long and sortable list of craft projects with
great photos and instructions, most which can be made for
have your copy of the Crafters' Internet Handbook: Research,
Connect, and Sell your Crafts Online? Well Crafters'
Internet, the book's companion site, is a great resource
as well--with over 1,000 links and a discussion list to boot.
is a comprehensive arts & crafts directory through which
crafters can locate resources, supplies and outlets. Hope
you have some time, cuz there's a lot to soak in!