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r/crafts
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Share your tutorials, tips, and questions on all things craft related!
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r/NoFeeAC
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This sub is a friendly place where you don’t have to pay ridiculous fees in Animal Crossing!
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r/AnimalCrossing
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Welcome to the Animal Crossing subreddit! The subreddit dedicated to the Animal Crossing video game franchise by Nintendo. Please make sure to read the rules before posting, thank you!
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r/ConservativeKiwi
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A New Zealand subreddit, run by conservatives. Anyone is welcome to join this subreddit, regardless of political position. A place to have discussion and share interests on anything NZ related.
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r/Dodocodes
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Welcome to R/Dodocodes! A place to share your dodo codes from Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Make lots of new friends quickly!
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r/ACTrade
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Need an item? Looking to make some bells? You've come to the right place!
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r/AnimalCrossingTrading
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Trade at your own discretion, follow the rules, be safe, and please try to use the post flairs if you can.
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r/FreeEBOOKS
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Find great free ebooks!
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r/AnimalCrossingNewHor
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Community for Animal Crossing New Horizons on the Nintendo Switch. Post about anything and everything related to New Horizons from your island, original content, or discussions. Have fun and enjoy your Deserted Island Getaway.
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r/DnDIY
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Share your D&D (and other games, too!) DIY projects here!
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r/ac_newhorizons
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Welcome to r/AC_NewHorizons, the largest and officially Discord-Partnered subreddit for the Nintendo Switch game, Animal Crossing: New Horizons! JOIN OUR DISCORD: https://discord.gg/acnh
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r/DIY
21.4m members
A place where people can come to learn and share their experiences of doing, building and fixing things on their own.
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r/somethingimade
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Welcome to r/somethingimade
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r/BuddyCrossing
108k members
/r/BuddyCrossing is a place for new and veteran players to make friends and help others on Animal Crossing. The subreddit is created for the purpose of having fun with fellow redditors. Read the rules and guidelines before posting!
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r/weddingplanning
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A helpful place to plan your wedding with other Wedditors!
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r/quarantineactivities
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For those who want to entertain/inspire others during these hard times!
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r/craftit
23.0k members
Welcome to r/craftit
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r/kidscrafts
11.7k members
This is an open site for Parents and Teachers to come together to give ideas on crafts for kids. Please remember all submissions should be family friendly.
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r/miniatures
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This is a subreddit intended for scale miniature food and furniture for dollhouses.
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r/SmallYTChannel
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A community for smaller YouTube creators to share feedback, discuss content creation and collaborate!
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r/howto
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Welcome to r/HowTo! Where you can learn how to do anything and everything yourself! Need advice on how to start a podcast or how to fix your car? It's all here from A-Z!
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r/handmade
165k members
A place where indie artists & crafters from around the world are welcome to share. Everything from crafts, clothing, jewelry, wood carving, metalsmithing, etc.
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r/MLPLounge
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/r/MLPLounge, also known as "The Plounge", is an off-topic discussion-based subreddit for /r/mylittlepony and other pony-related subreddits. On the MLPLounge, fans of MLP:FIM can discuss anything SFW in a chill, community-centric environment.
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r/acnh
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/r/acnh is a subreddit of curated content from around the net relating to ACNH.
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r/NewHorizonsAC
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Welcome to our community for Animal Crossing New Horizons! Our aim is to be a positive and uplifting place for people to connect with other ACNH players! Join our Discord: https://discord.gg/UDqwEG3
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r/AskReddit
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r/AskReddit is the place to ask and answer thought-provoking questions.
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r/rpg
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Tabletop Role-Playing Games(TTRPG): meaningful discussions, questions, and help related to them.
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r/Frugal
2.4m members
Frugality is the mental approach we each take when considering our resource allocations. It includes time, money, convenience, and many other factors.
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r/papercraft
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We make cool things from paper.
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r/DungeonsAndDragons
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Welcome to r/DungeonsAndDragons
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Posted by8 days ago

Recently, the knitting sub had a fun unpopular opinions thread that was a big hit (idk, I’m not a knitter so I didn’t check it out). So much so that someone from r/crochet decided to make a thread of their own and all hell broke loose. There was a lot of honesty (some might say too much honesty) and the thread ended up hurting a lot of people’s feelings.

Now I see it both ways:

On the one hand, I would never want to make people feel unwelcome or bad about what they enjoy to make. I just get happy when other people are happy and enjoying themselves.

On the other hand, I’m also not going to be offended by others opinions. I like hearing other peoples perspectives, no matter how close to home it hits.

So what do y’all think? Should groups focus on positivity in craft communities? Or should people have an open space to be honest about their feelings and perspectives (when asked, of course)?

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Posted by7 days ago

I posted in r/knitting about how knitting barber cords were very similar (or identical) to rubber jewelry tubing, and another user pointed out that blocking wires were pretty much tig rods from the home improvement store. Obviously there are tools/materials that cannot be duped, but I was curious if the crafting community had insight to the more egregious offenders.

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