The online presence of the magazine by the same name, Craft has a goal to “unite, inspire, inform and entertain a growing community of highly imaginative people who are transforming traditional art and crafts with unconventional, unexpected and even renegade techniques, materials and tools.”
An online community where people share off-beat, crafty D.I.Y. projects. Find articles and tutorials on specific projects, as well as city guides to resources and deals on craft supplies.
A photo gallery that allows a visual search of handmade arts and crafts submitted by craft bloggers from around the world. Create a profile to save and take notes on your favorite photos, share your favorites and search and filter your favorites by category.
Features do-it-yourself home improvement projects and a Make It, Fix It, Learn It blog that educates users in a variety of fields providing information for a multitude of projects.
A comprehensive library database that features decorating, maintenance and remodeling projects for inside the home and out. Resources include how-to videos, conversion charts, a printable homeowner’s journal and tips for working with contractors. You will need your library card and a library account to access this database.
This site, created in an MIT lab as a space for the creators to share projects with one another, has grown to house over one hundred thousand projects (and counting). The site lets users explore, document and share creations.
A popular website where one can collect (pin) and organize projects. Browse able categories are arranged on boards by subject. Users must sign up for a free account to maintain and manage pins. Offers a component for users to connect with social media (Facebook, Twitter, Flickr).