I have craft tutorials on my blog, and like to share them with "the world" out there on the internet. What sites do you submit your tutorials to to share them with everyone?

I know of the general ones (Digg, Delicious, Stumble). I know about social media. The only "Craft Specific" roundup for tutorials I've found is www.oneprettything.com.

Are there others out there that you use?

Carolina
http://expectmoore.blogspot.com

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I have a few series of tutorials that I'm working on (just photo tutorials, not video tutorials) so I'm interested in this too.
Sweet Mummy (and others out there)

I just found Craft Crave. If you go to Craftcrave.net, you can set up an account to list your tutorials. If you go to Craftcrave.com, you can enter your blog's feed to have the system "discover" your tutorials to list on that site. Don't know how well it works yet, but I thought I'd give it a shot! : )

Carolina
Found a couple more...

Totally Tutorials
Craft Gossip

: )
Carolina

I love the craft blog TeaRose Home and New Dress A Day

 

www.amomschoice.com

I love Sew, Mama, Sew; Cluck, Cluck, Sew; Amy's Creative Side; and other quilting sites!

 

Jennie

http://www.cloverandviolet.com

I too love Cluck CLuck Sew.  I am hooked on the double hour glass quilts.  Check out my tutorial here for what to do with all of your leftover fabric strings.  

 

http://stringthingchallenge.blogspot.com

Stacey

I have a complete list on my blog of linky parties to share your tutorials!  Most parties you can ONLY submit a tutorial!  Try tipnut.com as well!!  Good Luck Ladies!

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