Here’s a roundup of crafty blogs from the Commonwealth of Australia. I apologize in advance for the many authors I have left out. If you feel someone in particular must be added to the list, please list the link in the comments.
New South Wales
Fern of Not Nigella blogs about her crafty life. She also writes for CraftBlog and her site sports a host of tutorials. Check out her story about the caterpillar she made for her son.
Tsk Tsk is a lovely blog from Queensland authored by Tiel, an illustrator and designer. She works mostly with paper and canvas, but also makes some interesting soft toys. She is also a co-author of Meet Me at Mike’s the book.
Scarecrow and Doc are prolific gardeners from South Australia. Scarecrow chronicles how she coaxes beautiful edibles out of the ground while working with? around? the South Australian climate. Doc posts his frugal and practical projects that support his wife in her endeavor.
The Teacosy Revolution is about, well, tea cozies. Tara Badcock’s brainchild is all about fabric, textiles, stitching . . . it just needs to be experienced.
Jodie is the force behind Ric-Rac. She sews. A lot. Currently she is featuring a really interesting series about her creative process in designing Milton, the sewing machine man.
Sew Delish loves anything girly and beautiful. Her latest project features a cute chihuahua in a no-sew dog sweater. Perfect for the Australian fall.
Tash is currently based in Darwin and writes For Arts Sake, a blog focused on scrapbooking and her day-to-day musings. She is on the design team of the Little Scrapbook Shop and shares her layouts with her readers.
Australian Capital Territory
Consumption Rebellion is a really interesting blog by Eileen. In 2006 she decided not to buy anything new for a year. The year is up, but she continues to share her thoughts about simple living.
As for the remaining territories, does anyone know of other blogs that stem from there?