Did you know that the world has been celebrating Earth Day for over 40 years? It’s a good day to take a minute and think about ways to practice more eco-friendly crochet. I thought I’d share some links if that’s something that interests you.
I’ve writtten in support of Trochet before. I just noticed that they have an Indiegogo fundraiser going on so I thought I’d share again.
Here is the link roundup to all of the 2011 Crochet Concupiscence posts related to eco-friendly crochet:
A year or two ago it was fresh and new and cool to crochet with plastic bags. It’s still cool but it’s no longer the hot new things. Right now the cool way to recycle and save the earth with crochet is to crochet using bicycle tire tubes.
Earlier this year, I wrote up a post with ten ideas for eco-friendly crochet. Now that I’ve been reading the book AwareKnits: Knit & Crochet Projects for the Eco-Conscious Stitcher, I have even more ideas about earth-friendly, sustainable, globally-responsible crochet.
Earlier today I reviewed the book AwareKnits: Knit & Crochet Projects for the Eco-Conscious Stitcher. I’ve learned so much about different yarn types from this book. Here are some of the things that I’ve learned:
Today’s crochet quote on eco-friendly crochet comes from the introduction to the book AwareKnits: Knit & Crochet Projects for the Eco-Conscious Stitcher by Vickie Howell and Adrienne Armstrong.