Courtney Love is unsmotable. As Hole’s frontwoman and Kurt Cobain’s wife, Love was the leading lady of ‘90s grunge. Since then, she has gone through her fair share of highs and lows, from punching Kathleen Hanna in the face to being the muse of Givenchy designer Ricardo Tisci. Now, she has a bunch of other projects on her plate ... including  tons of "crafty shit."

Love's just like the rest of us - she's promoting her clothing line, Never the Bride, while looking at scripts to start acting again, while ALSO releasing some singles around Christmas AND writing a memoir for Harper-Collins.


(And what have you done today?)

In an interview with Vanity Fair, Love opened up to her only weakness; Etsy. "I was ordering like everything on Etsy. Everything! Like ferrets dressed as Edwardian nannies. Crazy shit. You know, I declared celibacy for two years and I learned how to do all of this stuff. I learned how to crochet, how to knit, how to solder, how to do resin work, how to make altered books. You know, crafty shit.”


Oh yes, Courtney, we all know…especially us here at BUST, where DIY and crafting is a way of life. (We wonder why Love didn't open up to us about her crafting #struggle when she was our covergirl in our special 20th anniversary issue.) Between her crafting and her couture, Love is now truly the #girlwiththemostcake.

Thanks to Vanity Fair

Photos via courtney-love.org

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