New Year's Resolutions for Craftspeople

Udell, Luann
January 2013
Crafts Report;Jan2013, Vol. 38 Issue 441, p66
The article presents a list of New Year's resolutions suitable for craftspeople. The author explains how she modified a lot of her resolutions and this is how she came to the idea of inventing resolutions for craftspeople. The resolutions include studio cleaning in advance, being more organized and spending more time with family and friends.


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