A huge thanks to Anna Sheldon for answering my self-interview questions to share her crochet story here with us today! When asked to describe herself in a few words, she shares that she is “sassy, playful, funny and trustworthy” which all comes through in her crochet blog Counterintuitive Knit and Crochet and probably also comes through in her work teaching others to crochet.
Today I thought I’d share with you some photos of the many crochet mandalas that I’ve already made for the Mandalas For Marinke project, along with a story that I wrote for a class last semester.
The short memoir-based tale by Laurie Elmquist is about the power of crochet to help us get through the tough times of daily life.
Terry shares her story about how crocheting has helped her through a really difficult time in life.
A crochet layette has been passed down to almost forty family babies in the past 60 years.
Several years ago author Deborah Burnside was in a fashion show and while she was there she saw a teenage boy crocheting. The image stuck with her and is now featured as a key part of her new novel, Yes.