Emmy says, “I learned how to crochet when I had lost all hope. Then I read Crochet Saved My Life, and I knew crochet was for me. “
Mandy of RedAgape, who crocheted Wink’s Picots and Petals Mandala, describes herself as a “crochet obsessed guesthouse owner, blogger and photographer”.
Michelle shares, “I taught myself to crochet last June / July and quite honestly I think it kept me sane at a very difficult time, since my brother took his life at the end of last July.”
I have been perusing the archives of this blog, going back several years to find the gems. Here is a collection of great crochet art pieces that appeared on this blog a long time ago but shouldn’t be overlooked today!
A gorgeous crochet mandala rug for the Mandalas for Marinke project. This was contributed by Valerie.
Jennifer in Maine says, “I am a crocheter and a social worker. I was inspired by Wink to create and learn. I was spurred on by her death to help raise awareness about depression.”
In my last roundup of beautiful crochet art, I mentioned street artist Julia Riordan. Her work is amazing so I wanted to share more of it with you today.