Lori Christensen crochets to help her through the difficulty of living with chronic pain. Nesta entrevista, she tells us more about what she’s going through and how crochet helps her cope.
There are terrific crochet designers, fabricantes, artistas, and bloggers all around the world. Today let’s take a look at some of the great crochet coming out of Australia.
Crochê pode ser uma embarcação muito acessível, mas é fácil gastar muito dinheiro com isso, também. Aqui estão algumas idéias para ser um crocheter frugal e poupar dinheiro em crochê.
Katrina, who operates Cameos by Katrina, has suffered from Graves diseases off and on since the age of 17. Crochet helps her through the tough times.
October 15th is I Love Yarn Day … and from now until then you have the opportunity to participate in a fun online scavenger hunt for an opportunity to win lots of great prizes. You read that right – you might win things for looking at yarn online.
Athena Field, a Mandalas for Marinke contributor who lives with depression and anxiety, is showcasing her crochet talents at an Australian art exhibit called See Me, Hear Me. This exhibit shares the work of artists living with mental health issues.
Cynthia Maddox was a multicrafter for many years. She learned to crochet in her twenties but focused mostly on sewing. Then after her husband died she rediscovered crochet and found that it helped her with the grief she was going through. She has also found that crochet helps her with the pain, brain fog and other difficult symptoms of fibromyalgia and RA. She shares her story in this interview.