The Miniature Crochet Art inside eWoodStory Frames

crochet art pendants

Last fall I received a beautiful wooden jewelry frame from eWoodStory, which I filled with some textured crochet. I was happy with what I created, but it’s absolutely nothing compared to some of the stunningly beautiful works of art that have emerged inside of these little frames. They aren’t just filled with crochetpeople are filling them with embroidery and other stitchery as welland I swear every time I see a creation I think it’s better than the last.

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Una Lorenzen’s Yarn Documentary Features Fabulous Crochet Artists

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Una Lorenzen’s documentary titled “hilado” takes a look at knitting and crochet artists around the world and the interesting work that they are doing with needles, hooks and yarn. The film debuted at SXSW to mixed reviews but looks worth a watch to me.

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Endless Crochet Art Inspiration from Olek

olek dodson art collaboration

The very first crochet artist that I profiled on this blog back in 2011 was Olek. The world was starting to get to know her from her yarnbombing. Many of the artists that I wrote about that year have kind of faded away but Olek’s work in crochet art just keeps getting stronger and stronger. It’s been awhile since this blog explored it so I thought I’d showcase some of her newer stuff here today.

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Creative Interview With Crochet Painting Artist Jennifer Cox

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Jennifer Cox is a unique artist who combines crochet with painting in a way that’s original, bold and inviting. She was born and raised in New Jersey, moving to Michigan in 2000. She has training and a degree in advertising and graphic design along with fine art. Asked to describe herself simply, Ella dice, “I’m an artist, designer and mom”. She loves anything creative but her first love is painting and now also crochet. Learn more about this talented artist and her work from the interview below.

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A Crochet Mandala Tree for Wink

A Crochet Mandala Tree for Wink

Diny Slamet shares a beautiful yarn bombed tree in Australia that is related to the Mandalas for Marinke project in a small way.

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