Sharla's miscellaneous links to People Making a Difference, Women, Crafts, Fun, Photography, Graphic Programs, and On-line Cards

Around Southern California






Other Crafts, Fiber Arts, Needlework & Sewing Machine Arts:

  • Ace Sewing and Vacumn Center find sewing machines, sewing software, embrodiery cards and more
  • Caron Magazine An Online Magazine presented by the CARON Collection... your source for exquisite hand-dyed variegated & unique specialty threads, exciting designer patterns and more
  • CraftMall.com offers a fun and creative craft mall that features unique arts and crafts from crafters around the world. Buy or sell arts and crafts in our safe and secure mall.
  • Crafty Links a wide variety of craft links divided by categories
  • Cross Stitch Kits And Patterns By Kits2Stitch Counted cross stitch kits and cross stitch supplies. Beautiful designs, free patterns and alphabets.
  • Down Home Girl Go on and get your hands dirty! Dig into our unique collection of craft ideas and craft supplies for your project - cross stitch, gardening, home decorating, scrapbooking, quilting, kids' crafts, and much more!
  • Early Women Artist a website designed by Sarah Whitworth to honor age old women arts with music and poetry.
  • Electronic Cottage Your online source for original fine arts and original handmade crafts by master artists & craftspeople. Many of the Fabric and Fiber artists are creating quilts.
  • The Embroiders Guild of America master programs, chapters, merchandise, education opportunities and much more, worth the visit
  • FibreArts Online every aspect of fiber art cover in one or the other
  • Netstitch counted cross stitch designs, sells high quality cross stitch kits, accessories such as scissors, hoops, lamps, magnifiers etc.
  • OzFairs.com any and everything craft related with resources, clubs, links and the opportunity to buy.
  • Pluperfect10, A Woman's Work quilt-related notecards, art prints and jewelry for sale.
  • Stampscapes Color Technique is a way to add color to a stamped card to make frameable stamp art. Rather than just coloring with pencils or markers use tonal applicators or stippling brushes to add thousands of tiny dots to lay on the color
  • The American Association of Textile Chemist and Colorists