Penny Chorafa of Wearit Crochet is a Greek crochet artist who loves to experiment with both form and material when constructing her crochet jewelry. With a background in architecture and an interest in unique fibers like paper yarn, she is able to make original, sculptural wearable art pieces, and is constantly pushing herself to create something new.
I never get tired of seeing what Helen Rodel is doing in crochet art fashion! Her black and white crochet dresses are perfectly accented with her colorful new bobble purses featuring fabulous crochet hook handles!
Bas de Braver, also known as Zabbez, is a crochet designer who creates really unique flower doll patterns. The dolls are tall and lanky, reminding me a little of the Lalylala dolls and the dolls from Edward’s Menagerie, but they are unique and original in their floral inspiration. Today we’ll learn more about them and the designer from an interview.
Jessie Rayot is a terrific and prolific knit and crochet designer who has recently added some new options to her online happenings: a newsletter and a Facebook group. Learn more about both of these in this post.
Jane, known to many as queen_babs, is a yarn bomb artist who lives in Sydney, Australia and who peppers Instagram with her beautiful images accentuated by poignant sayings and completed with thoughtful updates about her life experiences.
Maria Bittner of @patternparadise learned to crochet when she was a child, after watching her mother craft, and she has been a crocheter (and now crochet designer) ever since.
Loretta (@oakherder) says that she is “Grateful and not taking anything for granted. Ocean, trees, crochet, love.”