the handmade marketplace one sounds interesting!
Haven't read any of them, but want them all. Great list.
Funny, I got Pip's book in the mail today (yesterday lol) from The Book Depository and have been enjoying it immensely! The book is gorgeously presented of course, and the projects all look achievable and have full size patterns too.You might like to check out Sarah's review on her blog re: sizing of dresses though:http://turningtrixie.blogspot.com/2010/11/manchester-set.htmlThe others are all on my list too :)
I bought the 'A perfectly keep house' book and it is amazing. It arrived yesterday and I haven't been able to put it down. It makes me feel a little more ok with my clutter and collecting.
The Handmade Marketplace is particulary awesome and has lots of hints and tips if you are not necessarily "businessey" but want to start or improve your own handmade business. I found it quite inspiring. And I am totally lusting after that last one too. Also, I LOVE The Book Depository...can't argue with free worldwide shipping!
They look like a great list, I unfortunately haven't read any
I have borrowed The Handmade Marketplace from our local and its really good: great helpful practical sections on branding, marketing, the craft community, blogging and selling via craft fairs, stores and online. Just makes me want to create and craft so much! Has lots of good firsthand accounts on various topics by crafters such as Amy Karol (angry chicken) and Emily Martin (the black apple) and the people behind etsy, ravelry, decor8, notmartha, craftster, etc.Highly recommended!Saw the Mary Randolph Carter one online recently and I'd love to read it: it looks great!