Lynda Carroll, on Instagram as @lyndapc, says she is a “historian and writer at large, crochet-reading through the world from a little corner of Australia, cup of tea and a camera always nearby.” I love her description of her writing experience:
“My writing experience has taken me from PhD theses to brochures about tractors and beef jerky. I enjoy putting words together effectively and efficiently, adjusting content to style guides and specific requirements as they arise. I am also experienced in creating written pieces for special occasions and milestones, ranging from magazines to full blown celebratory books, with the odd speech thrown in for good measure.”
And I love the photos that have a book featured alongside her crochet.
Grannies, Hexies and Flowers, Oh My!
Lynda does lovely work with crochet motifs, including the classic crochet granny square but also with hexagons and crochet flowers. Let’s take a look:
What a great variety of yarn! See more yummy yarn photos here!
I mentioned in my previous article about twine/jute crochet that Lynda is great in her work with twine crochet:
I love the different photo effects and tools that Lynda plays with
Lovely chevron crochet scarf
And More Crochet by Lynda