Tuesday, August 11, 2009

GreenCraft magazine

I can't help it, I'm so excited to be in the premier issue of Stampington's GreenCraft magazine.
It's out on newsstands as of Saturday August 1st.
It's a magazine that features "green" craft and sewing projects.
Two of my "green" knitting projects are featured in the magazine, you'll find them on pages 66-69.
I love all of their magazines anyway and then to be in one is just so much fun.
It's a real cool issue, I think the gift box toppers (page 102-105) are very cute and the dress made of cardboard, it's beautiful! (page 72) , and of course the wood spools on pages 55-57.
Check it out and leave a comment on the July 29th posting to enter in the latest giveaway - you have 2 chances to win....good luck


Mystica said...

Its lovely to be featured and it shows how much you are appreciated.


aunt toad said...

I also loved the magazine and was particularly fascinated by the tee-knits. Do you have more specific instructions for them? Especially, how wide were the strips you cut? I have three great-nieces who would love them for Christmas.

Linda Zokan said...

Thanks for your lovely comments. I cut the t-shirt strips about 1/2" wide. You don't have to be overly fussy about it. I do have several of the finished scarves available in my etsy shop if you don't want to make them. :)