Crochet Artist Jo Hamilton Shows Off Her Creative Space

Back in March I did a profile of Jo Hamilton, a crochet artist who does amazing work creating portraits out of crochet:

I was thrilled when I saw a link on My Love For You as a Stampede of Horses telling me about a cool photo project called work.place in which creative Portland people are photographed in their work spaces. My eye was immediately drawn to a workspace filled with yarn and that’s when I found out the space belongs to Jo Hamilton. I clicked over to the work.place archives for the profile there on Hamilton’s creative space.

The photo is by Carlie Amstrong. Do click over to see all of the photos in the site – lots of yarn yumminess plus one of the crochet portraits in action. Amazing!

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Kathryn

San Francisco based and crochet-obsessed writer, dreamer and creative spirit!

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