2012 Crochet génial Blog Awards: La plupart des réalisations en Crochet

Roulement de tambour s'il vous plaît … Le vainqueur de la 2012 award for the most achievements in crochet is:

* Laurinda de ReCrochetions *

La plupart des réalisations en Crochet

Today’s Awesome Crochet Blog Award is for the most achievements in crochet this year. I believe that when one of us succeeds in this community we all succeed (something I may have picked up from Laurie Wheeler!) So the achievements of one individual are something that we should all celebrate because they move the craft forward. This award celebrates that and celebrates how inspiring it is to see someone make leaps and bounds in their crafty growth.

Sur le gagnant

Laurinda Reddig of ReCrochetions is a crochet teacher and designer who has had some great achievements this year. She was the winner of the grand prize at this year’s CGOA design competition. Son travail a récemment été publié dans plusieurs magazines grand crochet. She self-published her first pattern sampler book this year. And she has gotten attention for her work in a niche area of crochet called Intarsia réversible. I first met her when seeking interviews for my book, Crochet a sauvé ma vie; Laurinda is the founder of Se souvenant de Rowan, où elle utilise le crochet à garder vivante la mémoire de la fille qu'elle a perdu tout en aidant d'autres femmes traitant de chagrin.

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Each of us has achieved new things in crochet this year, both small and large. Laurinda was the winner of the award this year because:

  1. Laurinda’s growth has been exponential. I pride myself on knowing most of the names in the crochet community because of all of the research I do for this blog and yet when she first introduced herself to me to be interviewed for the book I hadn’t heard of her yet. Now her name is in all of the crochet magazines, on many blogs and websites, in my own bookher name is one people in crochet now know because of the leaps and bounds she made in her work this year.
  2. Laurinda’s growth has also been steady. She had huge achievements this year but the history of her recent work shows that she is not a fly-by-night crafter who will be here today and gone tomorrow. Her daughter passed away five years ago and each year she has done something big in her craft life to honor her daughter’s memory. She sets goals and meets them and the crochet community is paying attention.
  3. Her biggest projects are just awesome. Check out her award-winning Mystery Machine Afghan et Rowan Tree Vest. Just beautiful work!
It didn’t influence my choice of award in any way but I want to give a thanks to Laurinda for her participation in my book, Crochet a sauvé ma vie, as well as for being a sponsor of the big 12 Jours de Noël au Crochet, which kicks off here on the blog tomorrow.

Qu'est ce Crochet Blog Award?

Ne sais pas ce que ce prix est tout au sujet? Il est l'un des mes récompenses annuelles de blogger au crochet, donnés sur ce blog chaque jour de décembre de chaque année. Apprendre tout ça ici.

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Kathryn

San Francisco fondée et écrivain obsédé par crochet, rêveur et esprit créatif!

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