The world’s first narrative fiction craft book (probably)
Written from the shrewd perspective of Miss Demeanor, a pulp fiction craft vixen, the enclosed projects figuratively (and literally) knit a dark tale of damsel done wrong and the devious projects she makes while cooling her slinky heels in the pokey.
From baking cakes with files inside to messenger bags made from crime scene tape and grass head buddies made out of old socks to decorate your prison cell, this tongue and cheek book was published in 2012 by Andrews McMeel and was distributed by Simon and Schuster.
CRIMINAL CRAFTS BLOG HIGHLIGHTS
I've crafted up some stylish glasses with custom fit wing mirrors so I can look ahead of me and see who's checking out my ample assets in the back.
"Doctor Down Under" the story of a man who makes house calls in the bush.
As any good bank heist movie will tell you, the art of distraction is the best disguise. No one is going to remember your ugly mug when it's sitting pretty under a pound of bling, making that perp walk, a cake walk.
Also there was a lot of beer drinking going down- my kind of gig, crafts, bribery and beer, what could be better right?
Late nights of sniffing glue and yarn bombing have me down to fighting weight. I’m an animal, a knitting machine ready to cut loose and meet you on the playground after school, pinking shears in hand.