Regardons crochet news de février 18 – 24 … non seulement de cette année mais dans bilan des deux dernières années aussi bien. C'est l'histoire récente au crochet mises à jour et le meilleur des nouvelles de crochet de cette semaine tout enveloppé dans un.
Cette semaine en Crochet 2011
Première regardons ce qui a été sur le blog au cours de ces dates dans 2011.
The crochet artist that I profiled at this time last year was Shauna Richardson, the artist who coined the term “crochetdermy” and who is the creator behing the big Lionheart Crochet Project for the London Olympics. Her large-scale realistic-looking crochet animals are endlessly impressive to me and I also love the fact that she is eco-conscious enough to source local yarn for her work. Her crochet lions were recently on display at Twycross Zoo au Royaume-Uni. I so look forward to learning what she’ll be doing next!
In crochet fashion I wrote about Edun, le commerce de vêtements commerce équitable respectueux de l'environnement, fondé par femme Bono Ali Hewson. Leur 2011 collection included bohemian fashion inspiration from the Gypsy / Romany culture. At the time they were working with The Crochet Sisters, Kenyan artisan nuns. Malheureusement, there isn’t a lot of crochet in their 2013 spring collection; the sweater skirt shown above is the only piece I spotted.
This was when I first learned about the Beans for Brains Scholarship Program, a really unique scholarship from @jimmybeanswool for crochet and knit designers. It is now in its fourth year. Applications will start being accepted on March 1, 2013 and will be accepted through the end of March. Scholarship info here.
Cette semaine en Crochet 2012
Maintenant regardons ce qui a été sur le blog au cours de ces dates dans 2012.
The crochet artists I looked at during this week last year were the yarnbombing artists that make up the group The Ladies Fancywork Society. They had just done a crochet de taxidermie piece for a clothing/ craft store in Colorado. I haven’t seen any new large installations from them lately but I do follow their Page Facebook to see cool stuff about yarnbombing, art and Denver. (The Facebook page is where the above photo was posted). In other yarnbombing news at this time last year was an announcement from Knit the City about a yarnstorming bootcamp au Royaume-Uni; they also offer workshops and other events periodically.
In crochet fashion I did a roundup of some of the best Dolce and Gabbana crochet handbags. I don’t see any crochet purses in their current collection (Boutique en ligne) but there are a ew crochet garments including the boucle raffia crochet pencil skirt shown above. Également en 2012 fashion I reviewed the little bit of crochet fom designer Elsa Schiaparelli; this brand is re-launching in mid-2013.
I wrote about a group of male détenus at Folsom State Prison has made their very first donation of knit and crochet items to a shelter for women and children. This is one of many, many different programs in the California Department of Corrections rehabilitation program. The progrma, called the Lifer Crochet Group, is described as “compassionate community support via crocheted donations from inmates”. I think there are many benefits to programmes de la prison au crochet.
Et maintenant, les nouvelles de cette semaine au crochet, Cette année …
1. Jimmy haricots laine (mentioned above for the Beans for Brains Scholarship) has had a lot of media mentions recently. This is a great thing because this is a small yarn shop led by a strong woman (Laura Zander) that has succeeded in so many ways. Please watch the following video about her; it’s so touching. (Et oui, Laura’s a knitter but the shop is crochet-friendly; see the posts I’ve done about their upcoming Crochet rouge projet).
Dezeen shares: “London fashion designers Sibling crocheted colourful flowers and giant accessories for their Autumn Winter 2013 womenswear collection.” Plus d'infos sur Sibling knitwear here.
3. News in crocheting for cancer. “The loss of a parent is something people dread. But Hatboro-Horsham mathematics teacher Nicole Dow-Macosky, with the help of Learning Support teacher Susan Milnazik, turned her grief for the loss of her mother to cancer into a project that could help many chemotherapy patients. Dow-Macosky and Milnazik have organized Project Chemo Crochet by the Pink Warriors to make knitted and crocheted blankets for cancer patients going through chemotherapy.”
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