This research takes a closer look at the expressions of identity by contemporary female crafters in Norway. The aim of the research was to explore crafters’ own experiences and understandings around crafting. Data was obtained through semi-structured interviews with 14 female crafters, aged mid-20s to late 50s. Their crafts include textile crafts such as sewing, knitting, crocheting, weaving, spinning, felting, and embroidery, jewellery making, painting, drawing, and paper crafts. Thematic analysis was used to analyse the data. The study found that participants viewed crafting as a vital part of who they are. The avid use of the internet in connection to crafting implied there was an online and offline connection to crafter communities. Participants talked about actively using their crafts as ways of expressing aspects of their identity, such as being a conscientious consumer or environmentalist, being altruistic, being a bearer of traditions, and being a woman.