The Homemaker Helper Series: Crafts

ISBN: 978-0-9877811-0-9

Category: Entrepreneurship & Small Business,  Crafts & Hobbies

Keywords: quilting, crochet, crafts, kids crafts, home-based business

Published: 01/29/2013

Views: 749

Words: 30,531


The Homemaker Helper Series: Crafts


This is the first book in The Homemaker Helper Series, and concentrates mainly on crafts and ideas for the beginning craftsperson. There are patterns for quilted, crocheted and sewn items as well as kid's crafts and holiday crafts. The book also contains a section at the end for those who wish to make a few extra dollars with their crafts by working from home. My experience as a homemaker and craftsperson has been the foundation for the book and I can only hope you will benefit from the information I have provided.

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About the Author

Jan 29, 2013

Diane enjoys helping others, and by filling the pages of her books about homemaking, writing/self-publishing and home-based business she can help many learn from her mistakes (and there were a few over the years).

When it was time for NaNoWriMo 2012, she stepped out of her comfort zone of nonfiction and registered to complete a novel in 30 days. Combining her imagination, history and interests, The Hidden Estate came to be - her first work of fiction. It has also sparked the creation of a sequel (The Uncovered Dream) which is currently in the works, and will be available in mid 2013.

Diane lives on an acreage with her family and a small menagerie of animals which include cats, dogs, horses, alpacas and a pot-bellied pig.

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