Craft Folds Print Version, Goes Web-Only

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More bad news on the design-y magazine front: Craft is folding its witty, DIY-obsessed print publication, two-and-a-half years after its launch. The magazine’s party-themed tenth issue—on newsstands now and fronted by ubercrafter Amy Sedaris—will be the last. “The future of Craft is online,” announced the magazine Wednesday on its blog. The plan is to expand Craft‘s online home, Craftzine.com, under the leadership of senior editor Natalie Zee Drieu. “We have a lot of work to do to bring the best of the magazine to the website, but the team has started to pursue that goal,” noted the editors. “We will focus on bringing you more craft projects, just as the print magazine did but we’ll be able to do so with greater frequency.” Craft‘s higher-circulation and more tech-savvy brother publication, Make, will continue to be published in print.