Vintage Crochet Hats and Accessories: 23 Classic Hats, Shawls, and Bags by Kathryn Fulton is a 2014 crochet book from Stackpole Books that I like for several different reasons.
My mother is the one who originally taught me to crochet, and then she also encouraged me again twenty years later when I wanted to re-learn what I’d forgotten. (You can read our story here.) Since I began crocheting, my mom has picked up the craft again as well, making checkerboard baby blankets for all of the babies born to our friends and other items here and there. Recently, my mom answered a call for submissions to a local Tucson art gallery, and I am thrilled to say that a piece of her crochet artwork is on exhibit now, with an opening reception tonight.
During my trip to Belize I realized that there wasn’t a lot of crochet in the country but there are many other beautiful crafts.
Yesterday I shared a roundup of all of the people who had been a featured Instagrammer in my Sunday crochet photo roundups. But there were many more people who kindly tagged their crochet each week to share here on the blog. Here’s a list of all of the people who shared their work in this way in 2014:
Earlier this month I did daily posts of all of the people who were featured Instagrammers in my Sunday photo roundups. Here’s the roundup of those featured folks.
It’s almost 2015. Before we turn the corner into the New Year, let’s wrap up looking back at all of the things on this blog in 2014. Today we are reviewing all of the crochet that I created and other things in my own crochet world.
I am saddened to say that I sent the following email (slightly edited below) to the generous, wonderful supporters who contributed to my Hook to Heal fundraising campaign