There are terrific crochet designers, makers, artists, and bloggers all around the world. Today let’s take a look at some of the great crochet coming out of Australia.
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Taking a look back through the month, here are all of the things I wrote about in crochet in August.
I’ve been enjoying watching Creators of Tomorrow, a ten episode documentary show available on Vimeo that follows the journeys of three social enterprises that are trying to better the world. Specifically, I’ve been interested in the story of Haiti Babi, a fair trade knit and crochet organization started by two Seattle women that employs mothers in Haiti to help keep their children out of orphanages.
This post comes from Brazzlebox, an online social community for small businesses.
Today is International Women’s Day. I want to talk a little bit about what that is and celebrate it through crochet.
I feel so lucky to be connected to the wonderful community of people that call themselves crocheters. I always love the opportunity to learn more about each of them, whether they are crochet designers, authors, artists or just lovers of the craft. That’s why I’ve always got my eye out for interviews and profiles of people who crochet.
Last week we looked at kitchen crochet patterns, which are great for gift giving. Sometimes it’s nice to just enjoy crafty eye candy to get inspiration so today’s roundup isn’t patterns but just more beautiful images of lovely crochet for the kitchen including crochet potholders, crochet coasters and more.