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« on: March 21, 2006 11:28:20 PM »

Hello, mu name is Vesna, and I'm writing an article for the Toledo Blade about internet and arts/crafts.
I'm looking for crafters from Toledo, Northwest Ohio, Souther Michigan to tell me more about their experience.
I'm interested in how this fairly new medium changes the way we do things. Here are some questions to get you going, and you can add anything you want.
What kind of arty/crafty things do you do?
Do you have weblog?
Do you read arts/crafts weblogs? Which ones? What online groups are you a member of? What do you get
from it?
How is Internet changing the way you do art/craft?
Do you get inspired by what other people do and post online?
Do you know of any other local folks who participate in online art/crafts community? It seems to me, there
are not very many of us in NW Ohio.
It would be great if you can leave me you e-mail, so I can get in touch with you. You can also send e-mails to  my personal address, vradivojevic@yahoo.com Thank you all for your help.

« Reply #1 on: March 26, 2007 07:32:15 PM »

Hi there --

I'm not sure if you're still working on your story or not, but if you are still looking for information, please feel free to contact me at hetobeto @ yahoo dot com. 

I'm into houseware-type crafts (glasses, coasters, paintings), some knitting/crocheting, paper crafts, needlework, etc.  I do have a blog, but I don't generally post about crafty things.  I do, however, frequent a few crafty blogs such as craftster and etsy.  I get a lot of inspiration and ideas for projects when I see what amazing things people create.  Also, I get jealous when I discover yet another crafty skill I do not possess Smiley

Happy writing,
Heather S.
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