Linda Kennedy describes herself as “just a normal run-of-the-mill woman, who happens to have had a few difficulties in my very normal life.” Crochet has helped her get through some of those difficulties. We learn more about that and her crafty life in this interview.
Khonnie Lattasima began crocheting to help her through the grief after her father died. She continues to crochet and finds that it adds to her life in so many ways. She shares more about that in this interview.
Today Moonfalle shares her story of crochet and how it helped her through difficult times.
Roberta shares her crochet story today. We learn about the things she enjoys in crafting and how it has improved her life.
Sonia Bendfeldt learned to crochet at the age of 9 when she was stuck in bed with illness. The craft continues to heal her as we learn in this interview.
Tara S. is a knitter and crocheter who likes to work creatively with yarn. She suffers from major depression and has found both craft to be crucial to help her manage the symptoms of this conditions. We learn more about her from this interview.
It has been such a fun week or so getting re-inspired by all things crochet in 2016. We’ve reviewed crochet art, books, designers, fashion, health, news, patterns, tips and tutorials. Now let’s look back at the creativity exercises I published this year, mostly as part of my Hook to Heal book.