About Just Crafty Enough – We love to craft whether it’s knitting, quilting, cooking, or papercrafts and we love sharing those crafts with each other. Since we live halfway across the States from each other, Just Crafty Enough is our digital crafty get-together that we want to invite crafters all over the world to join. Here, we share projects with step-by-steps on how to do them, free patterns, fun party ideas and favorite things from around the web. From time to time we’ll all work on a project at the same time, something we like to call a Social. We also flex our crafty chops with the Iron Craft and Project Project Runway Challenges.

About Project Project Runway – We are very into the fashion design show Project Runway. Ok, we’re addicted to it. After 7 seasons of watching, we decided it was time to flex our own design chops and Project Project Runway was born. Each week, we create designs based on the challenge from the show that week, but our models are dolls.

About Iron Craft – A new craft challenge every other week. Projects may be very specific or just based on a theme or crafting supply. Every other Tuesday the results of the challenge are revealed.

Me in BrugesAbout Kathy – Kathy spent most of her professional life in the music business, but was always doing something crafty on the side, knitting, sewing, embroidering… She is inspired by the Scandinavian style so popular in Minneapolis and by all the beautiful things she sees in traveling with her husband, Matt. Her crafts have been featured in Better Homes and Gardens Holiday Crafts and at the Manchester Science Festival.  She is addicted to designing and knitting colorwork mittens and has won four ribbons for them at the MN State Fair. Kathy can also be found on RavelryFlickr and Pinterest.

About Susi – Susi is currently a stay at home mom who is rarely at home.  Her Mom taught the Brownies to knit in the 3rd grade.  Those red acrylic slippers are no where to be found, but the seed was planted. She learned to knit and sew in earnest before she left the house for college. Fast forward to current day, she (and her husband and daughter) have just moved to a 1957 ranch house in the heart of the Silicon Valley. Let’s watch while she unpacks her craft hoard, and re-imagines her studio space. After she won a spot on Project Runway, she has been hard to live with. So far, the producers have not called with an offer to host her own talk show. But she is still hopeful. When she is not planning her next quilt, or unpacking more boxes of “supplies”, she is contemplating life’s large questions: “should I put the washer and dryer on a pedestal? Or leave them on the floor?” Stay tuned! A little window into her days can be seen in her Flickr. See all the things she loves on Pinterest.

Contact Us – jcraftyenoughATgmailDOTcom