How do you refer to your crochet work when talking to others? Do you call yourself a crocheter, an artist, a fiber artist, a crafter, a maker, a creator, a small business owner … or something else?
I think a good discussion for today has to do with when you should offer your crochet knowledge, experience and skills for free and when you should be paid for it.
Friday’s open discussion is all about … what do you think of using the word “domestic” to talk about crafts like crochet and sewing and baking?
Let’s talk about the project launched by knitting author Donna Druchunas to bombard local politicians with a knit/ crochet message.
For this week’s open crochet discussion, I want to poke at a touchy subject but one that I think is really important to consider in today’s craft-driven web-driven society. That’s the issue of copyright.
Let’s talk about Pinterest!! I’ve heard some good things, some bad things and some areas of concern … I want to know what you think …
Today we’re going to talk about being a crochet / yarn / craft snob. Are you one? In what ways? Have you been hurt by snobbery? Let’s discuss.