I’ve been enjoying watching Creators of Tomorrow, a ten episode documentary show available on Vimeo that follows the journeys of three social enterprises that are trying to better the world. Specifically, I’ve been interested in the story of Haiti Babi, a fair trade knit and crochet organization started by two Seattle women that employs mothers in Haiti to help keep their children out of orphanages.
A lovely little yarnbombing video that’s relaxing and enjoyable to watch. Take a few minutes to breathe and enjoy!
Join @Bonnies_little_crafts (on Instagram) in a challenge to make hearts for every Yarndale attendee this year.
There are always so many inspiring things happening in the world of crochet. People all around the world embrace the craft and use it in so many different ways, often ways that are healing or soothing or giving. Here are 11 of those stories.
As soon as I heard about the children’s book One Plastic Bag, I knew that I needed to get my hands on a copy of it. I wrote a preview of the book here. I’ve now received my copy of the book and am thrilled to be able to share even more about it with you.
I am thrilled today to introduce you to CARE Knows How, a storytelling campaign initiated by CARE, a leading humanitarian organization working to fight global poverty. In this post I’ll share my story, what CARE is all about, why I’m inspired by the campaign and how it all relates to crochet.
During my trip to Belize I realized that there wasn’t a lot of crochet in the country but there are many other beautiful crafts.