Volta em 2014 there was an amazing gallery exhibit of crochet from Tuvalu and people began to pay attention to the history and art of the craft in that region. Desde aquela época, not much has been published online, but it’s worth a look back at that exhibit to get some inspiration!
I recently read a news article about an older woman who was learning to crochet again after a stroke. I want to share that with you today along with additional information about crocheting after a stroke.
Shayna Gier of Bugzie’s Crochet Creations taught herself to crochet so that she could make things for others that she couldn’t afford to buy otherwise. She is autistic and finds that crochet has helped her in a number of ways. She has been selling her work for the past years but has only recently opened her Etsy store. Nesta entrevista, we learn more about why Shayna crochets, what she likes to make and what sets her business apart from others.
Linda Kennedy describes herself as “just a normal run-of-the-mill woman, who happens to have had a few difficulties in my very normal life.” Crochet has helped her get through some of those difficulties. We learn more about that and her crafty life in this interview.
Tracey Smith is a teacher who taught herself to crochet as a stress relief. She shares a bit of her story here.
Today we have an interview with Casey who shares her story about the benefits of crochet.
Khonnie Lattasima began crocheting to help her through the grief after her father died. She continues to crochet and finds that it adds to her life in so many ways. She shares more about that in this interview.