I love Leslie Blackmon’s crochet art because it’s colorful, joyous and contains a great sense of humor. Here I get to share an interview with the artist about her work.
I loved doing an interview with wire crochet artist Deanna Gabiga for the October 2016 issue of the magazine. A portion of our discussion was excluded from the article to accommodate word count parameters. Read that exclusive excluded portion here today!
Lydia learned to crochet to help her through the difficulty of an operation. She has been “hooked” ever since.
I had a backlog of crochet interviews for the longest time that I have finally almost completed. It is very important to me to give each interview my complete attention, even if that means it takes awhile to get it published. I firmly believe each story is important and that there is value in sharing it. And I’m ready to share more!
Lori Christensen crochets to help her through the difficulty of living with chronic pain. In this interview, she tells us more about what she’s going through and how crochet helps her cope.
I recently shared my wonderful experience working with yarn and a crochet kit from We Are Knitters. This company is an eco-minded business, and I asked them to share some of their thoughts on that with us. Here is that interview.
Cynthia Maddox was a multicrafter for many years. She learned to crochet in her twenties but focused mostly on sewing. Then after her husband died she rediscovered crochet and found that it helped her with the grief she was going through. She has also found that crochet helps her with the pain, brain fog and other difficult symptoms of fibromyalgia and RA. She shares her story in this interview.