2012 Impressionante Crochet Blog Awards: Migliori Interviste

da Kathryn su Dicembre 1, 2012 · 4 commenti

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Rullo di tamburi prego … The winner of the best crochet interviews for 2012 è:

* Marie Segares from Crafter metropolitana *

This one is no surprise to anyone who follows my blog and the links I post on Saturdays. I’m always saying that Marie does the best crochet interviews. Infatti, I actually planned to make arulefor myself that nobody could win the same award this year that they won last year and I decided in the end to not have that rule specifically because I couldn’t see failing to give Marie this award even though she won it last year anche.

Best Crochet Interviews Award

This first award of the year is the award for the person who consistently does the best interviews of people in the crochet world. Questo premio è importante per me, perché è uno dei miei obiettivi per fare tutto ciò che posso usare la mia scrittura per supportare tutte smart, persone creative là fuori nel mondo crochet (e oltre). Mi piace vedere gli altri farlo come bene e che si verifica quando un blogger si prende il tempo e fa lo sforzo di cercare progettisti all'uncinetto, authors and makers to interview them and share their work.

A proposito di The Winner

Marie is a multicraftual blogger who does reviews, interviews and project shares about crochet and knitting (and recently is starting to get into spinning). She is also a knit and crochet teacher certified by the Craft Yarn Council, a crochet pattern designer whose patterns are available through Etsy e Ravelry and newly a book reviewer for CGOA. But what I love best, best, best of all is Marie’s crochet interviews.

3 Motivi The Winner Won

Molti, many bloggers have done terrific crochet-related interviews this year. Marie stands out because:

  1. I was super impressed with her Hispanic Heritage Month interviews questo mese. Marie sought out Hispanic knit and crochet designers for a series of interviews. This is a unique angle as a crochet blogger but more importantly gives voice to an underrepresented population in a new way and I loved that. Her interviews included both well-known and little-known Hispanic crafters.
  2. The sheer volume of interviews she does is super impressive. It isn’t just a numbers game, anche se; Marie consistently finds the top designers, authors and creators to interview on her blog. If I’ve heard of someone, Marie has usually interviewed them.
  3. Marie combines her interview with reviews and giveaways. None of this is ever fillershe gives equal attention to all parts of her post and I really appreciate that especially in a time when many bloggers write fairly generic reviews and even interviews as part of blog tours etc. When Marie promotes a book with an interview, she really gives it her all.
Although it didn’t affect my choice in interviews at all, I do want to give Marie a thanks for being one of the people who interviewed me about my book Crochet Saved My Life quest'anno.

Che cosa è questo Crochet Blog Award?

Non so che cosa questo premio è tutto? E 'uno dei miei premi annuali crochet blogger, dato su questo blog ogni giorno ogni dicembre. Scopri tutto su qui.

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undergroundcrafter
undergroundcrafter

Wow, grazie Kathryn. I'm honored. It is great to have some recognition for the time and effort to get the interviews together. I really appreciate it.

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