There are terrific crochet designers, fabricantes, artistas, and bloggers all around the world. Today let’s take a look at some of the great crochet coming out of Australia.
I first came across Betibettin on YouTube where I fell in love with his amigurumi crochet work. I particularly loved a tiny piece of micro amigurumi crafted inside of a tube but all of the work was eye-catching.
Crochet artist Olek has worked on a number of extreme projects as well as some great collaborations. This work is both of those things.
After recently sharing the steampunk crochet bunny created by artist Athena Field, I was compelled to round up some more awesome and inspiring examples of crochet inspired by steampunk.
I was browsing through YouTube recently, looking for things related to crochet that aren’t just tutorials, and I was thrilled to come across this adorable video. The woman in it uses crochet dolls and the metaphor of zombies to encourage people to diminish the stigma of mental health issues like depression by talking about the experience.
Athena Field, a Mandalas for Marinke contributor who lives with depression and anxiety, is showcasing her crochet talents at an Australian art exhibit called See Me, Hear Me. This exhibit shares the work of artists living with mental health issues.
After sharing an exercise about crocheting a dream catcher as a way to help you realize your artistic dreams, I just had to do a roundup of inspiration crochet dream catchers. Some of these are patterns or tutorials, others are just here to inspire you!