Vamos olhar o crochê notícias de janeiro 28 – Fevereiro 3 … Não somente a partir deste ano, mas em revisão dos últimos dois anos também. É a história recente de crochê atualizado e a melhor de todas as notícias de crochê desta semana embrulhada em um.
Esta semana em crochê 2011
Primeiro vamos olhar para o que estava no blog durante Estas datas em 2011.
The artist that I profiled during this week in 2011 foi Joana Vasconcelos. She’s such an amazing talent. Em 2012 she became the first female artist to show at the Palácio de Versalhes, where she exhibited several large-scale works including some in crochet. Vasconcelos is currently exhibiting her work in a exposição do artista multi at the National Trust for Scotland’s Robert Burns Birthplace Museum. Each artist is displaying a version of sheep; hers (acima) is abstract and beautifully colored, made of crochet, polyestery, enfeites e muito mais. (That’s actually a project I would have expexcted Leslie Blackmon to be one of the artists for!)
Another bit of crochet art that I wrote about during this week in 2011 was an instalação being done by elderly artist Sheila Pepe. I later did a profile of this interactive artist. When I checked in on her work um ano atrás she was about to start a New York exhibit. This year the 90-year-old woman is an artist-in-residence, first in Italy and then in Maine. The image above is from a workshop she did last year.
And finally at this time last year was when I mentioned the Gaultier Spring 2011 runway show that include shoes with crochet trim; they remain my favorite sapatos de crochê I’ve seen to date. Since that post I’ve done a post about other Gaultier crochet and shown some photos of Gaultier’s fashions when they were on display at a museum here. Reportedly some of the sailor stripes in the 2013 men’s Gaultier collection above are done in crochet.
Esta semana em crochê 2012
Agora vamos olhar para o que estava no blog durante Estas datas em 2012.
The artist I profiled was Ivano Vitali, the Italian artist who knits and crochets newspaper using large handcrafted needles and hooks to create amazing upcycled fashions. The skirt above is a 2012 creation that he says is made from “the bags used for food”.
I enjoyed writing last year about Terry Taylor, a woman who had lost her eyesight in a freak accident but was continuing to crochet and her work was going to a good cause. I don’t have an update on her but hope she’s still hooking!
Same with Bob Roskamp, the elderly man who reportedly crochets every single time he sits down.
2013 Crochê notícias
My favorite news in crochet this past week was:
1. Crochet helps lonely seniors. “Seniors living in skilled-nursing facilities and families in need are among those who benefit from handmade blankets and other crafts lovingly created by women in the knit and crochet group at the Moorpark Active Adult Center.” The article says that 6 de 10 elderly people in these places have no one visiting them so this kind of kind activity is important!
Verificar voltar no próximo domingo para mais atualizações de história de crochê e notícias de última hora em crochê!