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Fiction Art and Craft Books To Kindle That Kalakaar In You!

Fiction Art and Craft Books To Kindle That Kalakaar In You!

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Fiction art and craft books can really help you trigger your creativity, especially if you are out of ideas. Also, remember, “Kuch kiye bina hi Jai Jaikar nahi hoti, koshish krne valo ki haar nhi hoti”. So, never think you are getting out of ideas. Begin with reading some good fiction art and craft books. Stick with us, kyunki, apke sare sawalon ka jawab yahi milega

  1. Round Robin by Jennifer Chiaverini

    • Round Robin deals with the creation of a patchwork quilt and threads, holding the life of people.
    • It was published in 2000, and impacted the mind of its readers on building relationships along with quilt-making.

2. The Friday Night Knitting Club by Kate Jacobs

  • Seems like Friday fun is more interesting than clubbing? In this book, the group of women meet each other and talk about their lives.
  • This art and craft book was published in 2006. It revolves around knitting but encourages the idea of sisterhood.

3. The Shop on Blossom Street by Debbie Macomber

  • Encouraging women along with a punch of craft? Yesssss, please!  “Sisters before misters?” Yes, this art and craft book totally supports it.
  • This book is about behno ka pyaar (love of sisters) revolving around a yarn shop and knitting classes.
  • It was published in 2004.

4. Needles and Pearls by Gil McNeil

  • Needles and Pearls is a book about Shaadi, bache, pati aur yarn house.  The story is about a woman dealing with her singlehood after the funeral of her ex-husband. Thus, the book creates a romantic angle for the protagonist.
  • It was published in 2008.

5. Hooked on Murder by Betty Hechtman

  • Hooked is a thrilling fiction book on art and craft that deals with a dead body in a crochet club.
  • This art and craft book was published in 2008.
  1.  Paper, Scissors, Death by Joanna Campbell Slan

    • This fiction book on art and craft deals with the death of the female protagonist’s husband and her scissor, used in making a scrapbook.
    • It has an empowered female figure, reflecting Nari Shakti. The novel was published in 2008.
  1. The Painted Girls by Cathy Marie Buchanan

    • An art and craft book where two sisters–And no! Not Seeta aur Geeta!–manage to continue living their life after the death of their father. It tells a story of how the two sisters opt to become artists at such a young age to earn their living.
    • This one was published in 2012.

PS: All of these fiction art and craft books are available on Amazon. The prices of each one may vary.

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Not let the artist crave good-books to read! Just feed them as you go for momos. These art and craft books would impact your mind, taking you closer to real creativity.

Blog Edited By Ritika Gupta

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