I recently put a few subscription cards in the mail to receive free trial issues of a few craft magazines (you know, the ones where you can get a free issue and then decide whether you want to pay for a subscription or not). The first one I received was Art Jewelry magazine. This publication has a focus on metal, metal clay and polymer jewelry (no beading here). Interestingly enough, there was a two page article in there called "How Do Artists Learn" which was all about taking new approaches to learning a craft (including taking classes).
I'm always amazed at the range of craft magazines that are on the market dealing with all different aspects of crafts and they are all looking for new content. Frankly, there's no reason why a talented crafter shouldn't be able to get her work into one of these magazines of the trade. The editors are always on the lookout for new talent, the craft world isn't that big. Don't be intimidated, seriously consider submitting your work to a publication, it's a great way to get visibility and establish yourself as an expert (they often pay you for your submission as well). Magazines like this are often looking for tutorials so the next time you come up with a kick-butt project, don't post it on your blog, submit it to the magazine first (they may not accept it if you've already posted the tutorial someplace else, including online). Submission info can be found on the "About" or "Contact" pages of most magazine websites.
Here are the submission guidelines for Art Jewelry, for all of you polymer clay and metal artisans. They accept tutorials for all skill levels, from beginner to advanced.