Every person who crochets has a story. Every story is unique and special. Here are eleven of those crochet stories from people who crochet – young and old, famous and unknown. They are healing themselves and others with their craft.
I’m running a special one-week promotion on the Kindle editions of two of my books: Crochet Saved My Life and Cracked Wide Open. You can get each of these books for just 99 cents if you purchase them today, 3/18/15.
Linda D. is a 40-something mother, crochet designer and woman with Asperger Syndrome. In this interview, she shares what her life has like, how crochet has been therapeutic for her and why she didn’t learn the craft until just a few years ago.
It’s so important for caregivers to make sure that they are caring for themselves first. Many fail to do so. Crochet can help.
I have a whole lot of 2015 crochet health interviews planned for this blog but in the meantime, here’s what was featured in the past year.
One of the things that I’m giving thanks for this year is that so many wonderful people have supported me in my journey with crocheting through depression. In return, I’m offering 40% off on my book, Crochet Saved My Life, through Christmas.
After I published my book, Crochet Saved My Life, I started a Ravelry group of the same for people who wanted a safe space to share their stories about craft and healing. I loved that group and the people who started connecting there. I have recently had the offer of three generous volunteers who are going to help me moderate the group so that we can revitalize it and get it going again.