Crafts information and tips:
There are many websites and information available on the internet, here are few good examples.
AMA-Academy of Model aeronautics for the radio-control model enthusiasts:
California Indian Basketry:
Ceramics supplies and information:
Aftosa was founded in 1983 and has been supporting ceramic and glass artists for over 31 years. 1776 Wright Avenue, Richmond, CA 94804 Toll Free: 1-800-231-0397
Gardening and plants:
Birds and Blooms Magazine for Nature and Gardening:
United States Dept. Of Agriculture provide gardeners and growers to enter their zip code and find out their geographical zone for proper plants: http://planthardiness.ars.usda.gov/PHZMWeb/
Cheryl Brunette, an expert in teaching knitting has a video online series about “How to knit a sweater 101”; subscribe and follow the online detailed instructions to complete a child size sweater include learning knitting techniques that will turn out to be the size and shape that is planned.
Visit artist Stefan Baumann's website for additional images of landscape and wildlife art.
Sewing and Quilting Supplies and information
David Trumble; an expert in sewing machines can be reached at the following sites:
Small World Workshops, Inc.(SWWI) Sewing group help to sew “Trip Around the World Quilt” for kids in need. SWWI is accepting unused cotton fabric for making similar quilts.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for details
Here’s a website provides various DIY Face mask options, sewing information and instructions:
Stained Glass free patterns:
Well Read Book Club
Wikipedia has a list of the National parks of the United States, it’s listed in alphabetical order under the park name: Preserve our environment
Wood worker supplies since 1972:
5604 Alameda Place NE, Albuquerque, NM 87113
1108 North Glenn Road, Casper, WY 82601
1125 Jay Lane, Graham, NC 27253
The American Woodshop host Scott Phillips and his wife Susie have an excellent TV show demonstrate how to wood carving and creating beautiful fun projects:
Free Patterns for sewing, knitting and various crafts projects:
eHow has lots of techniques and projects.