When we think of Hollywood's rich and famous, we tend to think of the uber-glamorous homes and lifestyles seen on MTV's "Cribs."
We most certainly do not envision our beloved A- and B-list stars sitting at home, knitting in their rocking chairs or obsessing over the details of their latest scrapbook page. Celebrities and crafts just don't co-exist, right?
But, believe it or not, some of America's most well-known personalities are doing just that. The following twelve celebrities are crafters, self-admitted. And some of them may even have a craft or two to show (or sell) you:
1. Vanna White - Crocheter extraordinaire, Vanna has been a longtime spokesman for Lionsbrand Yarn and has even designed her own line of specialty yarns, entitled "Vanna's Choice."
2. Julia Roberts - Roberts is so well known to knit during downtime on movie sets, that Tom Hanks recently pulled a 'crafty' prank on her - inciting all the movie's production crew to be holding yarn and knitting as Roberts entered the set.
3. Deborah Norville - Another one of our celebrities to launch her own line of yarn, Norville is a crafter out to break some records. In 2010, Norville sought to break a Guinness world record for having the most people simultaneously knitting or crocheting in the same spot, while at CitiField during a Mets vs. Marlins game.
4. Kathy Ireland - An all-around crafter (who has built a line of craft accessories and products), Ireland admitted her love of scrapbooking at the 2010 Craft and Hobby Association trade show.
5. Rosie O'Donnell - With a new book titled "Crafty U: 100 Easy Projects the Whole Family Can Enjoy All Year Long," O'Donnell has showcased her love of crafts by offering craft tutorials on her website, as well as previously running an Etsy shop (proceeds went to her charity).
6. Katie Holmes - A love for warm, traditional, down-home crafts brings comfort to Holmes, no matter where she's at. Whether she's making kid-crafts with daughter Suri, or working on her new sewing machine, crafting gives Holmes the nostalgia of growing up with her own crafter mom.
7 and 8. Sarah Jessica Parker and Kristin Davis - A-list celebrity Parker learned the ropes of knitting from her "Sex and the City" co-star Kristin Davis, during filming breaks. As a duo, the two friends have taught a number of others their favorite hobby.
9. Hilary Duff - Inciting jealousy from crafters everywhere, Duff showed off her now-famous 'sewing room' on the TV show "My Celebrity Home" back in 2006. Since then, Duff's collaborated with craft supply store Michael's to launch her own line of craft accessories.
10. Leeza Gibbons - She may best be known as a TV host, but in her downtime, Gibbons prefers scrapbooking, a hobby she developed after her mother battled Alzheimer's. With her hope of preserving memories, she has reached out to other crafters with her book "Scrapbooking Traditions by Leeza Gibbons."
11. Marie Osmond - She may be well-known for designing dolls, but Osmond is also a talented sewer and quilt maker, crafting since she was a child. Adding to her brand, Osmond has released a line of quilting fabrics, sewing machines and sewing accessories.
12. David Arquette - The only man on our list, Arquette's image graces the cover of the book "Celebrity Scarves 2: Hollywood Knits for Breast Cancer Research," while he models a pink scarf he knit himself.
But this list isn't complete! There are far and wide reports of other hidden celebrity crafters, including Catherine Zeta-Jones, Meryl Streep, Dakota Fanning, Felicity Huffman, Debra Messing, Cameron Diaz, and several others.
In a crafty mood?