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The Craft Book Project logo

I wanted to take a minute to share the source of that lovely logo at the top of the page…doncha just love that handwritten look? My brother, Erik, who

recently graduated from UVA (high five, little bro!), designed it for me. I wanted to send him a shout-out because his work is the bomb. In fact, you can check it out at If you’re interested in having someone speedy, smart, and creative design you a logo, hit him up!



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The Results: 483 Craft Bloggers Say…

The results have been tallied! And re-tallied, and re-re-tallied. Thanks to Google Docs, Excel’s “counta” function, and WordPress’s refusal to crash, you can read all of the results after the jump. Each question has a chart of the answers and most have an accompanying table; it’s a lot of information, but I wanted to put in both in order to be accessible to as many readers as possible.

You are welcome to use these results, to cite them in blog posts, on discussion boards and in print. In fact, I’m very much looking forward to reading your reactions. I ask, however, that you do not reproduce any of the charts, tables, or text below without linking back to this site and in print, without giving me credit. I worked very hard on this project, and I want as many people as possible to check out the site. Which brings me to…

The survey will stay open for the rest of 2011, at least! If I get many more responses, I’ll update with another monster post.

Here are the results for 483 craft bloggers who took the survey: Continue reading The Results: 483 Craft Bloggers Say…

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What is the Craft Book Project?

The Craft Book Project is the home for the Craft Book Survey. If you are a craft blogger, please take the survey by clicking the tab at the top of the page! Whether you’ve been blogging for 3 months or 3 years, we want to hear from you. Whether you last posted this morning or sometime this year, we want to hear from you!

We believe that craft blogging is an economic and social revolution. The survey is helping to find out who is a craft blogger and how successful craft bloggers are, financially and in other ways. We will share our results with the world, including you. Thanks for stopping by!