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Craft Leftovers Zine Vol 4 Issue 1, 2012 by Kristin M Roach
Craft Leftovers Monthly Vol 1, July 2009 by Kristin M Roach

The Craft Leftovers is a crafting zine created by Kristin M Roach of Ames, Iowa, U.S.A.

Described as being "about using up your craft leftovers and living life creatively," the zine includes DIY project instructions, artistic inspiration, and personal stories about crafting. Many issues include crossword, word search, and/or "spot the difference" puzzles.

The Craft Leftovers Zine is designed, written, laid out and hand assembled by Kristin Roach with help from Jill Hatzer. It’s 24 pages in a 5×7″ page size. Color Cover, black and white insides. Craft Leftovers is print locally at Heuss Printing, a FCS/SFI Certified printer. It's available in both print and as a digital edition. Subscriptions for 6 and 12 months available. It's sold on wholesale and consignment throughout the US and worldwide through the author/artist's website CraftLeftovers.com.

Contact information

info [at] craftleftovers [dot]com

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