The temperature scarf and its alternative the weather scarf are terrific crochet projects with many mental health benefits. The “crochet sky scarf” takes this one step further.
Mandalas for Marinke posts resume tomorrow and then it’ll be mostly back to normal around here! For today, let’s look at some inspiration for a crochet word of the year.
I have been deeply impacted this morning by the news that Marinke (Wink) of A Creative Being succumbed to suicide. (See full post here.) And I feel like I need to do something. After re-reading her story in Crochet Saved My Life, mulling it over during meditative crochet and mindful walking, I’ve come up with the project. It’s called #MandalasForMarinke.
I’m happy to be part of the Poise campaign to raise awareness about light bladder leakage (LBL) in a fun way – by finding a creative way to upcycle unused period pads with a DIY project. For my project, I’ve taken unused pads, stitched them together and added crochet to create a water-absorbent, protective, cute new iPhone cozy.
Back in March I mentioned that Flo had pointed me to The 100 Women Project, a student’s collaborative crochet art project. Here’s an update on the project’s process through completion.
All month long I shared the daily Awesome Crochet Blog Awards. Here’s a roundup of the winners in case you missed any!
This specific award is for the crochet blog that shares the best information about yarn. That could be yarn reviews, yarn industry news or any other aspect of fiber info that is of interest to people who crochet.