Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Top Ten Best Movies About Crafting

1. The Good, The Bad and the Ugly-- Stirred by Lee Van Cleef's eyebrows, one woman takes a long, hard look at her past craft efforts and finds all is not as beautiful as she thought.

2. Cool Hand Luke-- Paul Newman discovers that he is a wiz at both knitting and crocheting. Most noted for the line: What we have here is a failure to half double.

3. The Passion of Joan of Arc-- Mosaic-ing. She went as far as invading England for their prized glass.

4. Full Metal Jacket-- Chainmaille, knitting and crocheting with metal for the modern warmonger.

5. Paint Your Wagon-- Lee Marvin and Clint Eastwood crackle, feather and rag wash their transportation in an effort to impress Jean Seberg.

6. Who Framed Roger Rabbit?-- Mounting, matting and molding cartoon cells.

7. Welcome To The Dollhouse-- A socially awkward young lady learns to cope by fabricating miniatures for her dolls.

8. Some Like It Hot-- Jack Lemon and Tony Curtis don dresses to explain why soldering jump rings closed is better than open jump rings.

9. Silkwood-- Cher shares her silkscreening and block printing secrets.

10. The Longest Yard-- Burt Renyolds takes us bargain fabric shopping.



Don't forget Breakfast At The Queen of Sheeeba's Etsy were you'll probably not meet Audrey Hepburn or any members of Deep Blue Something.

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