I’m sharing this because I believe in crochet health, because it’s been awhile since I’ve shared one of the book’s stories of the women who hook to heal, and because I’m going to be sharing Tammy’s newest book on the blog next week so I want you to meet her.
Today I share with you Ineke’s story of crocheting through CFS and fibromyalgia.
Crochet health is an important topic to me, of course, since crochet saved my life and the lives of many others that I know. Here are the posts about crochet health that were featured on Crochet Concupiscence in 2013.
This is an excerpt from a full interview I did awhile back on the Made in K-town blog. It shares some of my story of crocheting to heal.
One of the things that I suggested was to use your crochet as cues for mindfulness and meditation practice. I wanted to elaborate on that idea here today.
Here are some examples of simple hand stretches and exercises that you can do to avoid repetitive strain injuries from the craft that you love! You can do these exercises any time and anywhere.
Last month we learned the story of Linda Davies who had used crochet to help her get through cancer treatment. I have an update from Linda today that I wanted to share with you.