PhyllisAnn learned to crochet in her early teens but really turned to the craft as an adult during a time of need.
Happy Thanksgiving! Every year on this day I do a post about why I’m thankful for crochet. It’s important to me to do this because crochet saved my life and it continues keeping me sane, stable, and happy as well as connected to an amazing online and offline crafting community.
Today is World Mental Health Day. I’m participating by sharing this post on how one woman uses crochet to deal with her symptoms of schizophrenia.
Crochet health is an important topic to me, of course, since crochet saved my life and the lives of many others that I know. Here are the posts about crochet health that were featured on Crochet Concupiscence in 2013.
Today I’m taking a break from my November series showcasing my favorite items from my various Pinterest boards to do my annual Thanksgiving roundup of reasons that I continue to be thankful for having crochet in my life.
Today I wanted to share one of the stories from Crochet Saved My Life along with some additional information about the charity work being done by the woman who shared this story with me.
I recently heard from a woman named Patricia who had read some of these stories on my site. She wanted to share that her mother is one of those awesome women.