After not having my house blow up twice (ask the gas company), I can finally say that the issue is ready to see the light of day. We present you with 12 projects (lots of knitting in this issue, not only including the instructions for those fabulous Vlad the Impaler hats by Dale Hwang and Dee Brown, but also our first polymer clay projects) and five book reviews to shock, delight, inspire, and amaze you.
The main page always displays the "cover art" for the current issue and photo-snippits from each project (http:///theanticraft.com) and the "this issue page" (look at the navigation on the left on the main page or go directly to http://theanticraft.com/this.htm) gives links to all articles and project for the current issue.
Articles and projects from the previous issue are archived. (See "archive" on lefthand nav anywhere else in the site but the blog or go to http://theanticraft.com/archive.htm)
Sorry about that! It's just that Mr. Wells made no distinction between knit and crochet, so when we started the contest for it we decided neither would we. And strangely, there were NO crochet entries.
(Well, Rebecca did crochet one, but she wasn't eligible for the contest since she's a staff member, and it was sized to fit a very small stuffed lion.)
We are acutely aware of the knit bias in the zine, but since we are largely knitters ourselves and rely heavily on audience participation, the best way to get any craft to grace our pixels is to rally the troops on our behalf. We're open to any craft!