What I love about both projects is that they transport you to another world, a world made entirely of crochet from head to toe, where the crochet is amazing but the story is what really matters.
As we wrap up another year let’s take a look back at all of the amazing things that have been shared in crochet right here on this blog. We’ll start with 2014’s crochet art and artist posts.
roundup of some of the work from prolific male crochet artist Nathan Vincent
Dutes Miller & Stan Shellabarger are a married gay couple that create performance art pieces together including crochet art.
I never get tired of looking at crochet art. I love all of it – from the stuff in the galleries today to the things made decades ago, from the conceptual to the functional. I’ve already done several crochet art roundups in the past but there is always more to showcase. Here are even more inspiring crochet artists. Crochet Art Installation Pieces By Hook By Hand crochet coral reef Colorful crochet rainbow tree by Vendulka Yarnbombing Art The Andy Warhol Bridge Knit the Bridge project
Here is a roundup of all of the crochet art and artists explored in 2013 on Crochet Concupiscence.
I was recently interviewed about crochet blogging by Eliza Gale. She asked a lot of interesting questions. I thought I’d share two of those here today along with my answers.