I’m sharing this because I believe in crochet health, because it’s been awhile since I’ve shared one of the book’s stories of the women who hook to heal, and because I’m going to be sharing Tammy’s newest book on the blog next week so I want you to meet her.
Today I wanted to share one of the stories from Crochet Saved My Life along with some additional information about the charity work being done by the woman who shared this story with me.
Today I’d like to introduce you to the beautiful hand-dyed crochet thread in the Etsy store Nothing But String, one of this month’s Crochet Concupiscence blog sponsors.
I recently heard from a woman named Patricia who had read some of these stories on my site. She wanted to share that her mother is one of those awesome women.
Have you had a chance to look at the Summer 2013 issue of Interweave Crochet magazine? If so then you might have noticed my article (pages 72-73) showcasing the work of everyday crocheter Emily Depole.
I didn’t crochet anything specific to July 4th but I thought I’d round up some of my favorites American Flag crochet stories to celebrate.
I believe that by exposing what others may first see as weaknesses but showing the true human experience of how we’ve dealt with those things helps open up a conversation that we should all be having about self-care, health, human compassion and human strength.